By Caroline Picard and Jeff Yeager
Apr 28, 2017
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Don’t discount rolling up your sleeves. “The best way will always be good old-fashioned elbow grease,” says Teryl Ciarlo of Teryl Designs. She advises trying to pull from beneath the soil, but waiting until after a rainstorm (when the ground is softer) can also help. Insert a knife or screwdriver in the soil to loosen any stubborn taproots.