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Winter bud damage

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Dormancy In the fall, plant cells dehydrate and become inactive; this is what we call “dormancy”. Foliage and flowering buds which formed during the growing season will also stay quiet unless acted upon by an increase in temperature and humidity.  In late winter and early spring, the temperature may increase causing cells to gain water […]

 
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