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#357262 May 28th, 2012 at 06:08 AM
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Can somebody tell me whats going on with these plants? I have two tomato plants, one had perfect looking dark green leaves, 'till one morning I came out and they were completely wilted. The other tomato plant had a bunch of yellow crispy leaves, so I pruned them all, but I think maybe I over pruned it, because now all the leaves are yellow and crispy. The other plants are Jalapeno plants and Strawberry. The strawberries are all tiny and hard. The night before they wilted, the temperature got down to 36 degrees, would that do this? I use liquid fert. every couple weeks. For watering, I stick my finger into the soil and if it feels dry I water them.

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Did you have frost? 36* might have killed your plants.


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In my humble opinion, they froze boohoo


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Yep we had some of this here in March. We had unusual warm weather and all at once had a few days of 36f. You can save them if you go out before the sun comes up and mist them with the hose. why



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