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Re: RE: TB Pink Carrier Immortality

In a message dated 4/27/2003 7:51:51 PM Central Standard Time, 
irischapman@netscape.net writes:

> pets move plants, seeds get dropped etc,

I still have vivid memories of going out one morning to find a ten foot strip 
of seedlings completely pulled out of the ground and scattered. I still 
believe it was the family of young groundhogs that lived near the pond!  I 
think they played catch with my seedlings!  (Fortunately, it wall the same 

Betty W. South-central Ky zone 6

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