Re: Unprotected Hardy BLEs need protection, too
Posted by David VA on January 9, 2018, 9:27 pm, in reply to "Re: Unprotected Hardy BLEs need protection, too "
I would think that the longer zone 6 plants are exposed to zone 6 cold, the worse its effects will be on them. Obviously, you would have to do scientific studies in controlled conditions over time to be sure. But it seems logical to predict increased negative effects with longer duration.
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