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"Guitar String Tight"

The past month has been a flurry of transplanting, with thousands of tomatoes, peppers, eggplant, and winter squash being popped from their greenhouse flats and anchored in the ground. Unlike radishes and peas, these main season crops will be with us a long time—until the first frost, if not longer—so a lot of effort goes into getting them off to the best possible start. The other day, as I surveyed the fields, I was reminded of an elementary school, filled with all the promise, vulnerability, and hardiness of youth. With the right combination of cultivation and faith, it won’t be long before these young plants mature into productive members of society. Now that the tomatoes are beginning to

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