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Farmers should protect fruit bearing trees from frost

Fruit bearing trees and nurseries should be protected from frost during winter season and since the plains of Punjab are expected to have more frost from the end of November to the next two to three months, so farmers should make sure that they perform protective measures to protect their trees from frost so they don’t face any financial problems. Frost is very harmful to gardens and nurseries, and if the small and large plants and trees are affected from changing climate then it is not possible to save them. Fruit plants like mango, litchi, banana, guava and citrus trees including kaghazi lemon and seedless are more susceptible to damage by frost. 

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