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May 22, 2012


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If I had to guess, I'd say crows! They adore pulling things back out of the ground, hoping that there is an edible under there. I've watched them do this to onions, and being omniverous, they worked at eating mine.


I'll help you make the coq. I've done Julia's recipie-a very long time ago!


I use cayenne or cinnamon to keep things from digging my potted veggies... Seems to work. You have to re-apply after it rains though.


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