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      My plants are confused, they are still under the impression that it is still summer and are continuing to produce chiles, tomatoes, cilantro and strawberries for me.
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      I ended up with 20+ pumpkins. Some are smaller than I would like, and some have rotted already. I'm still happy with the ones I got though. My tomatoes have slowed down dramatically but still producing a little. It's suppose to be 32* Sunday night though, so I figure that will be the end of them.

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      Quote Originally Posted by Tgirl1010 View Post
      I ended up with 20+ pumpkins. Some are smaller than I would like, and some have rotted already. I'm still happy with the ones I got though. My tomatoes have slowed down dramatically but still producing a little. It's suppose to be 32* Sunday night though, so I figure that will be the end of them.
      Sounds like you had good luck this year as well. Some areas around here could go down to 28 around the same time.
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