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Definition of anvil pruners

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Definition as written by talinum:

Anvil pruners have one sharp blade (sharpened on both edges) that cuts against a flat anvil. They rarely need adjusting and the blade is easily replaced. If the blade is dull, it will crush the stem instead of cutting it. It tends to leave a small stub but are unsurpassed for cutting dead wood.


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