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Old 01-30-2014, 09:40 PM   #5 (permalink)
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Default Re: Cold damage Jan 2014

The cold burn I got is really just superficial. All the medium sized pstems are young enough to produce enough new leaves to support a fruit bunch. None of the pstems feel mushy. Unless we get a real freeze in the 20's that lasts for 4 hrs or more. The FHIA 1 with a bunch hanging may not make it -- we'll see.

I'm sure of that cause the tender stuff like tomatoes and bell peppers still look ok as well as the parsley and boxwood basil. I did bring in the Eugenia Candolleanas. They don't like any cold.
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