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More strategies for dealing with a changing climate

publication date: Jan 1, 2013
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Pam DawlingIn my last couple of articles, I wrote about cultivating resilience and understanding and predicting conditions. DIY weather-forecasting, phenology and Growing Degree Days are some tools I suggested for improving access to information about what plants are experiencing or could soon be experiencing. In this article, I’m going to write about several other strategies: using soil temperatures when deciding planting dates; scouting and monitoring for pests and diseases; using pest and disease forecast services; and being prepared for the effects of extreme high and low temperatures.


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