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Fanning explained how soil moisture factors in winter wheat condition. Moist soil has higher specific heat than dry soil, so is not as sensitive to temperature fluctuations, both high and low. Also, winter wheat plants that are adequately hydrated are much better able to withstand low temperatures than those under moisture stress.
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