Fruit growers sometimes protect their crops by spraying them with water when overnight temperatures are expected to drop below freezing. Some fruit crops, like the strawberries in the figure, can withstand temperatures down to freezing (0° C), but not below freezing. When water is sprayed on the plants, it can freeze and release heat, some of which goes into warming the plant. So when the water freezes it released heat which warms the fruits. But what about when the ice melts? Doesn't that mean it then takes heat from the fruit, thereby making the fruits colder?