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Run, rabbit, run

With a bumper crop of garden pests nibbling on everything in sight, harried homeowners may be tempted to take drastic measures

By Bob Clark
Globe Correspondent / August 8, 2010

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Linda Wax sighs. She says a rabbit ate a couple of hundred dollars’ worth of plants — perennial chrysanthemums, lilies, purple penstemon, and more — in her Framingham backyard, and there’s not much she can do about it. (Full article: 905 words)

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