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We had 7 inches of snow yesterday starting early in the morning and lasting all day with temp's in the low 30's. I did not take out three trays of plants to the greenhouse so they did not get any sun all day yesterday and it was 22 degrees this morning so another day without sunlight. Two days without sun light going to hurt, some of the plants are 6 to 8 inches tall? Tomorrow will be fine. My grow light area is full.
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All is well, as long as your plants are not in the cellar, they should be fine.@johnp wrote:We had 7 inches of snow yesterday starting early in the morning and lasting all day with temp's in the low 30's. I did not take out three trays of plants to the greenhouse so they did not get any sun all day yesterday and it was 22 degrees this morning so another day without sunlight. Two days without sun light going to hurt, some of the plants are 6 to 8 inches tall? Tomorrow will be fine. My grow light area is full.
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