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Re: Summer heat

    It's time for even zonals to go dormant. Zonals should be loosing their
old leaves, and where those old leaves were, there should be the start of a
new fresh young green growth beginning to emerge. In San Diego, we are have
those hot dry winds, and what you are describing to the IGS robin is a
pelargonium, growing through its normal growth cycle. It would be also a good
time to give your plants a balance fertilizing program. 12-12-12, 13-13-13,
14-14-14 something with those numbers or close to.
Happy Holidays!
Cynthia Pardoe,

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