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26 Oct 17 Johnson Yap , Central Phillipunes (Australia - tropical climate)
Can Celery survive in tropical area, particulary here in Central Phillipines
26 Oct 17 Mike (Australia - sub-tropical climate)
Celery is more a cool weather crop. If you built a shade house it might work. Say with 30 or 50% shade cloth. Some plants need cool weather to grow but still need sun light also.. Also the weather conditions are important. Like heat waves and very heavy rain down pours. We have had 5" of rain at the start of Oct and then another 12" last week. 17" when the average is 2.5" for Oct. You can only try it to find out.
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