It is about permaculture design. In your area new to you observe: do clumps of trees seem to do better than isolated trees because during part of the harsh day they are sheltered by their companion trees? Then plan accordingly. Perhaps using fast growing nitrogen fixing trees for shelter to slower growing fruit trees, Then cut back and use as mulch the shelter trees to maintain the appropriate shelter. Heat sensitive trees do best with a shelter tree to the west. Heat loving trees do best with shelter trees to the east and or north. Shade loving trees like a shelter to the south with morning and evening sun.
For example I have 4 types of berries. Raspberries and Loganberries will mold if dew remains on them and melt if the sun scorches them so they are on the east side of an 8 foot high wall of Himalaya blackberries that do not care what the weather is and on the west side are Boysenberries which do not get full ripe flavor until heated by the evening sun.