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Posted by durable_now 8a (My Page) on
Thu, Mar 21, 13 at 9:52

will tomatoes & peppers planted outside survive several nights of temp lows of 37 degrees? This would only be the low & once reached the temp would begin to warm up at the rate of about 3 degrees per hour till the highs of around 65 degrees is reached.

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Temprature wise you are fine. The trouble with 37 is if its clear and calm your probably going to see frost which will damage the leaves.


We are going to have a cold snap here for the next few days and I covered mine just in case of a frost, plus its going to be very overcast and damp.

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