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The desert plants and the heat

AMBOY, CA - FEBRUARY 29: Wildflowers begin the annual desert bloom at sunrise
AMBOY, CA - FEBRUARY 29: Wildflowers begin the annual desert bloom at sunrise
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The heat in El Paso, TX has been in the three digits making the plants wilt and become thirsty for water.

The watering of plants is highly recommended within the correct watering day scheduled for each resident.

The factor of watering the plants as early as possible will help prevent the evaporation of the water. Although, on the other hand watering at night is possible giving it time to soak into ground. However, the evening time is not always preferred for the fact that late watering can sometimes cause mold/mildew or pest.

To offer each plant a deep watering as well as a light spraying of water on the leaves will help revive the plants with the temperature.

Stay cool and hydrated.

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