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CULT: Cold weather

From: "william b. cook" <billc@atlantic.net>

> Down here in the warm valley it was 25 last night and cloudy.  Possibly
> colder tonight with a low this week forcasted in the teens.  Way, way too
> cold for this area, good thing we grow iris as well as citrus!

     That may wipe out the Citrus.  For those of you who are experiencing
the sudden change to cold weather, throw leaves, straw, Pine Needles, or
some similar material over the plants to help insulate them.  Most Irises
are hardy at temperatures far colder, but the sudden change...

Mark A. Cook
Dunnellon, Florida.    [I hear those Coyotes again.]

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