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Now that most gardens are planted and transplanted, gardeners are ready to start weeding and harvesting. So we walk through the garden each morning checking the progress. If we notice something has been eating our new transplants and the tops are eaten off, it could be deer, rabbits, birds, etc. If ...Read More
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Now that most gardens are planted and transplanted, gardeners are ready to start weeding and harvesting.  So we walk through the garden each morning checking the progress.  If we notice something has been eating our new transplants and the tops are eaten off, it could be deer, rabbits, birds, etc....Read More
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