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Fri, Dec. 03

Gardening: What to do when the soil stays too wet

This undated photo shows blueberry plants in LaGrangeville, N.Y. Planted on mounds, these blueberry plants enjoy well-aerated soil, as do most cultivated plants, in this otherwise wet location. (Lee Reich via AP)

This undated photo shows blueberry plants in LaGrangeville, N.Y. Planted on mounds, these blueberry plants enjoy well-aerated soil, as do most cultivated plants, in this otherwise wet location. (Lee Reich via AP)

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