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Sadovo (Bulgarian: Садово) is a small town in the Plovdiv Province, central Bulgaria. The population as of 2006[update] is 2,551. Most of the people are employed in agriculture, which due to the fertile soils and the high levels of mechanization is efficient and highly productive. Major crops are apples, tomatoes, peppers, wheat, barley and rice. Sadovo has the highest recorded temperature (unofficial) in Bulgaria: 45,2°C. Officially, the highest record for Sadovo is 41,2C, while the lowest - minus 30,7C.