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RE: How cold does it have to be to kill nematodes?

  • Subject: RE: How cold does it have to be to kill nematodes?
  • From: Barbara Jackson jacksonb@brandonu.ca
  • Date: Mon, 09 Dec 2002 09:54:53 -0600

Good morning, everyone.

Actually, it has been warmer in Nunavit territory than it has been here on the Canadian prairies. We recorded -24C with a windchill of close to -40C (sorry I don't know the Farenheit conversion) last week and this morning it is just -6C with a high expected of +2C. It has got to be El Nino to account for these wild fluctuations!

BJ in SW MB, Canadian Prairies, Zone 3ish

At 09:24 AM 12/9/02 -0600, you wrote:
Only 13, or did I miss the - (neg) symbol?

We've been down to low single digi's last
night....  And no snow cover as well.  I'd
have thought you Way up Northerners would
have gotten colder.


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