Raf, it should recover for you. We have commercial Fingerlime growers in Fallbrook, and it's been bloody hot out here this summer. Haven't heard any issues with their fingerlimes, and of course, they're in full blasting sun in the hot hills of Fallbrook. And, we've been unseasonably hot as well, here, ugh. Was 100 on Thursday here. That is unusual for us. I think any citrus in a pot will suffer heat affects more intensely than citrus planted in the ground, too. So that has to be taken into consideration.