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Channing Taylor unraveled a ball of chunky yarn, tendrils of black spilling onto the bed like a snake. She stretched out the long strand and folded it into fluffy loops, pulling the single string of yarn through the loops to create a knot. She repeated the process — loop, pull, knot — weaving neat rows with her hands, no knitting needles needed. As she stitched the beginnings of a blanket one ...

As the pandemic seems to be easing somewhat in the U.S., let us not forget that it is still not gone. Deaths are not as high as last winter af…

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Cutworms only take a few bites out of new transplants, which doesn’t seem like it would do much harm, except that those bites are at ground level. Attacked seedlings topple over, dead. Don’t confuse this damage with damping-off disease, which is caused by a fungus that also attacks at the soil line, but usually affects only very young, newly sprouted seedlings.

“There is always a moment in the story of great powers when their own citizens become their own worst enemies; not so much in the form of home…

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Transplanting small starters can be tricky. You risk losing the root bulb and having all the soil fall off before your plant is even in the ground. But this genius double-cup transplanting trick from @stevo.the.tinker will make it easy to transplant your starter to a garden bed where it can thrive.

In the middle of November, as a nurse I contracted COVID from my patient and as a result signed up for unemployment benefits and haven’t recei…

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