100-degree temporary shading technique in the desert garden in week 14

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Today, after the garden tour, I chatted with you about 100-degree temporary Shade Tips. It is expected to be in three digits every day this week and 111° on Wednesday. When our “full daylight” plants begin to struggle and sometimes even die when the temperature is too high, many of us will soon feel that the garden is malfunctioning. Especially in Arizona, the daytime temperature does not reach its peak until 4pm to 5pm. This does not allow to cool down at night or at night. The overnight temperature this week will be in the mid-1970s, but as 100°+ days continue, the overnight temperature will be in the 80s, and sometimes even in the 90s. Therefore, Arizona’s “full sun” plants require a different approach. In this video, I explained that in a low desert garden, “full sun” really means time wise. In addition, I share with you 3 different ideas to learn how to shade your garden. I mentioned an article on microclimate that I read specifically for desert gardening, and I encourage you to read it. The title is “Creating a Microclimate for Desert Summer” and you can find it here: #ShadeForVegetableGarden #GardenShadeIdeas #ArizonaGardeningTips #ShadeClothForVegetables #WhatDoesFullSunMean #GrowFoodFromSeedAZ#HowToGardenGardenardenard#ardenardard.


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