[nafex] sub zero

Richard Moyer ramoyer at gmail.com
Thu Feb 6 17:09:31 EST 2014


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> Keith,
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In my experience those plants are used to subzero temps in that range, at
least the wild pawpaws and persimmons I monitor.

Also, some have said "it's not how cold it gets, but how it gets cold".

Richard Moyer
SW VA
Tapping sugar maple trees today

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> From: "R. Keith Etheridge" <goatdoc at ctitech.com>
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> I live in central Illinois, We were in zone 5 but lately due to warming
> zone 6.
> Question; What will the current minus 10 temps have on the production and
> scion wood of northern pecans, persimmons, and pawpaw's?
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