What is the growing season in Italy?

Answer summer is because it gets to low 40 in the winter and cold in spring and fall

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The Growing Season for Avocados?

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How long is the oat growing season?

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What Is the Growing Season of the Tundra?

The tundra, an extremely cold place without trees, is located in the far northern regions of the northern hemisphere. Its growing season, due to climate, only lasts from six to 10 weeks.

When is New England's growing season?

New England didn't have a growing season