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Pandemic gardens satisfy a hunger for more than just good tomatoes
by Petra Mayer
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9 May 2020
On 9 May 2020 NPR (National Public Radio) reported:
In this time of fear and uncertainty, people are going back to the land. Gardening might just be overtaking sourdough baking, TV binging, and playing Animal Crossing as our favorite pandemic coping mechanism. Today's pandemic gardens are often referred to as 'victory gardens,' after the patriotic plots of World War II.
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Jennifer Atkinson, senior lecturer in environmental studies at the University of Washington, [said] she'd get a flurry of responses to her blog posts about pandemic gardening, but she really got interested when she started seeing it in the headlines. 'Seed suppliers were saying they were completely cleaned out in the early days of lockdown, that seed sales were going through the roof. And that a lot of those customers were first-time growers.'
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