Boy, has it been a crummy spring - cool, wet, and now a bit of frost in mid-May! If you rushed like I did to get some tomatoes and peppers in the ground around the first week of May between rains you probably noticed the lack of growth and maybe some yellowing of the plants because of the cool wet weather but don’t worry things should bounce back now that warmer weather is returning for an extended time! Some things you may have noticed as well is that weeds haven’t been hurt at all by the weather.
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