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Well ty for the great tips,,im now transplanting my tomato plants,its about 90 to 110 degrees in my greenhouse.i got my fans in there but dosent seem to help,im going to purchase shade cloth and cover it,or the plants themselves,,what do you think tammy and stephanie,lol
 

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well hello and since I have no green house yet and can't grow a tomato to save my soul and my nights in Washington are are 45-50 deg now and only 70 ish at best during the day. can't really give any advise on tomatoes:) but thanks for asking:) you may be able to help me with them later when I finally get a green house built!
 

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that's pretty warm for little transplants, John. might be too shocking for them. I would definitely cover and have good ventilation to keep them as cool as possible. are the nights cooling off much?
 
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