Frost-free Period: 1961 to 2000

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 The frost-free period is the number of days between the date of the last spring frost and the date of the first fall frost. Frost-free periods in Alberta vary from more than 125 days to less than 85 days in non-agricultural areas. The frost-free period can be about a month longer in southern Alberta compared to the rest of the province. Areas of higher elevation have shorter frost-free periods.
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This information published to the web on April 4, 2003.
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