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According to our weather forecasters, it looks like we are getting ready for another swing in our weather.
The cool, wet weather pattern was great for my peas, greens and potatoes; but I am starting to think maybe I should have waited one more week before putting the tomatoes and peppers out.
Our roller-coaster ride from hot and dry to cool and wet and back again is good news for some and bad for others.
So how do precipitation and temperature affect plants? Well, in every way possible.
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