Length of Growing Season (>5°C): 1961 to 2000

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 The growing season is the number of days between the start of the growing season and the end of the growing season. The growing season period is based on an average daily temperature of at least 5°C. It varies from more than 185 days in southern Alberta to less than 160 days in northern Alberta and the mountain areas.
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