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The weather here in the Carolinas is going to get down into the upper 30's next week, i still have a couple of plants finishing up outside though, should this be a problem, it will only be for a couple of nights and the high would be in the mid to lower 60's. I dont want to rush what is left. Should this be a problem or can I just let things finish on up without any worries.
upper 30s won't be a problem. you want to avoid anything more than a couple degrees below 32F, which is below freezing.
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