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Beginner Vegetables: Unexpected late cold front

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Argyle, TX
(Zone 7b)

April 7, 2007
3:56 AM

Post #3364191

We are having about 3 days with lows in the mid thirties. I put painters plastic on the corn, and hay on tomatoes, peppers and okra. Would they survive without this? Will they survive with the hay and plastic in place for 3 days? Thanks, Mike
East Aurora, NY

April 11, 2007
1:16 PM

Post #3379454

I'm sure by now you've come through the worst of it, but when we have late frosts I have had great success running the sprinkler during the early morning hours.

Argyle, TX
(Zone 7b)

April 11, 2007
6:21 PM

Post #3380538

Thanks Bob. Someone told me to water before the frost so I did. Everything looks like it survived except my taters that stayed under water bout a week when we had unusual rainfall. But that is another story. Usually we just have heat and drought. Maybe this year will be a little cooler and wetter. Thanks again, Mike

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