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Re: Cooling plants with mist?

> > BA...people used to hang up wet sheets and let fans blow through
> > them...especially at night during the high heat of summer...it worked to
> > cool you enough to fall asleep.
> Bonnie, can   you imagine returning to the no ac days?   We always slept in 
> the open doorways.   No open doorways in todays world.

No A/C here -- it hurts my joints and bones.  Although I sweat a lot, 
I like the humidity.

But I'm only in zone 5b -- a lot of people out there are a lot warmer!

Chris (highs today around 92, heat index of 100)

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