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Temperature's rise and fall can wreak havoc on veggies

10:23 AM, Apr. 27, 2013
Kay Clausen shops for hydrangeas Thursday at Schroeder's Flowers, 1530 S. Webster Ave., Allouez.
Kay Clausen shops for hydrangeas Thursday at Schroeder's Flowers, 1530 S. Webster Ave., Allouez.
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With Green Bay temperatures riding up and down the thermometer like it's the Zippin Pippin lately, area gardeners would be wise to view this week's pleasant forecast with a high dose of skepticism.

Otherwise, your plants could be in for a rude awakening.

Daytime highs could climb to near 70 in the next few days, and nighttime lows shouldn't go much lower than 50, but toward the end of next week, we're heading back to temperatures that could be 20 degrees cooler. ...

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