I just caught up Jacques. Impressive!
In reading, your temps get even higher than mine. About 40° is our highs on the hotter days. Although I've seen it a few degrees warmer on the most extreme days. Here, June-to late September can be 35° and above the whole time, and that's the usual low temps. So my question is: do you have the same issues with fruit setting during those temps? I get some production, but not like when it gets below the 35° mark. So I'm guessing your grow is more tailored to high temp production?
For me the peppers are the hardest to grow in my climate. The heat comes on so fast! So next season I'm starting 30 days earlier. I guess I'm weary of still pulling peppers 30-45 days after I start the new grow...LOL
I use 30% sunshade to stop the sunscalding, and bird netting on the sides of the frames, or the grapes and tomatoes become bird food. This is a plus in one way, but the bugs no longer have a predator. I guess it's a trade off
Keep posting the pics! I really want to see how things go for you this season!
All the luck!