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Last night every single forecast was for our area a low of 40 +or - and I hit 34 and my orchard neighbor hit 35. Tonight they are all forecasting around 38 so if it all holds the same we should hit freezing. We hauled in all the tomatoes with color, all the eggplant, much of the peppers and all the raspberries I could find. We cut down much of the basil and have made pesto all afternoon and then froze the rest. We will blanch the sweet peppers and freeze tomorrow and I will roast and freeze the others. We still have many pimentos that are not red so we left them and covered. The rest should be OK as it goes back to summer tomorrow. Maybe the cold will freeze those squash bugs .
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