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So chop and drop green mulch seems to keep them happy. Or kitchen scraps.

This will be my first year of (knowingly -- since I have always done this to weeds and prunings and just thought I was being lazy) using chop and drop. I hope you're right! I'll try burying kitchen scraps right in the walkways between the beds to see if that distracts them, too.
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