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Jethro Tull's Hoe
Horse drawn hoe

Origin

Jethro Tull

Type

Hoe

Effects

Automated Planting Preparation, Growth Enhancement

Downsides

None discovered

Activation

Contact with dirt

Collected by

Warehouse 13

Section

Eden-0208G

Aisle

Viridios-2254E

Shelf

870461-2761-865

Date of Collection

February 28, 1946

[Source]


OriginEdit

Jethro Tull (1674-1741) was an English farmer who transitioned agriculture from a back-breaking job to a precise artform. Tull went ahead and created a seed drill, allowing farmers to plant seeds in orderly rows at constant depth. Attaching it to a horse reduced the need for so many hand laborers. He also advocated constantly tilling the soil to allow for moisture and air to reach the roots while removing weeds.

EffectsEdit

When put to dirt, creates perfectly straight rows of soil. Plants caught in these rows experience considerable growth, and the further from the hoe's point of origin, the more they grow.

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