In winter, deeper soil profiles are less susceptible to temperature changes than surface soil which is why roots of plants do not freeze.
In winter, deeper soil profiles are less susceptible to temperature changes than surface soil which is why roots of plants do not freeze. File Tri-City Herald
In winter, deeper soil profiles are less susceptible to temperature changes than surface soil which is why roots of plants do not freeze. File Tri-City Herald

WSU Extension Q&A: When the ground freezes, why don’t the plant’s roots freeze?

February 26, 2017 01:10 PM

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