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Rick's Ag Roundup

WHEN DO THINGS GO DORMANT?
I finally got a freeze cold enough to kill everything at my house the other morning! This is the first time this year and when it gets to be early November I guess it supposed to be cold.
I had been covering my tomatoes for several days to try to ripen the green fruit but that morning it wilted the leaves even under cover.
That brings me to think that one of my readers suggested that I explain when and what dormancy is in plants. This was prompted by my article on pruning recently.
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