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Apr 4, 2012 7:39 AM CST
Name: Tim Garland
Boise, Idaho
We usually have a couple weeks straight of 95 to 105, depending on the year. Most of the summer is 90+. Dry though. We only get a total of about 12 inches of precipatation a year. Above 95 all the plants seem to go dormant. They quit growing and conserve energy. I shoot a sprinkler over the dahlias during the hottest part of the day to try and cool them down. It seems to help.

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