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Despite my best efforts to fence out mammals and dust against insects, some cabbage whites and one particularly industrious groundhog (RIP) did significant damage to some of my cabbages. I've since hit the cabbages with Sevin in hopes of ending the reign of Lepidoptera and that woodchuck met eternity this morning. Will my cabbages grow back, or should I rip them out and plant something else there? Should I rip off the damaged leaves?
 

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I just walked down to the garden, unarmed out of a false sense of security, only to find a much smaller groundhog scrambling out from amongst the cabbage and cauliflower and right under a spot of loose fence wire. Guess I need to reset that box trap. I don't even know how many of them I've killed this year.
 
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