Super good info here. Would you care to expand on the hot temp aspect? Went over pretty well what cold temps do but not hot. This year were in the mid 90s daily and its a cool year. 100s are normal most years with very high humidity.
Good point I'll respond fast off the top of my head then add info to the main post once I can confirm and grab a little more from some reading so thus won't be as thorough but just some of the info as I understand it based how plants work.
So outdoors high temos plants can tolerate much better because those temps are not constant but rather peak, the air movement is really good and the soil generally stays fairly cool. Now in pots that changes.
Like most things plants they like stability so they have adapted to help them maintain a plant temperature that they prefer. Many studies show cannabis around 75-77f is what they do the highest photosynthetic rates.
So in soil you see much less heat stress than you would say in a clone beside it in a pot.
Thus us because ground temp impacts the temp of the water being taken up and this provides some cooling.
The wind causes forced evaporation from the leaves cooling the plant much like when we sweat. Transpiration will increase in higher temps in attempt to help keep the plants cool also.
Thus leads to a lot more uptake and you should be mindful to reduce your nutrients accordingly.
Hi temls cause more evaporation from media which can help keep it cool and why fabric posts stay cool than plastic pots.
I can go on here but I'll add to the main post and then post that it's updated