so much sunny! As you can tell we still have alot to learn about gardening! Sometimes you learn the hard way,but a lesson not forgotten. I am so gald I joined this team,with your help I think we can be more successful and have a better harvest. We are determined to provide our family of 5,fresh out of the garden veggies and fruit,and no more store bought,that's our goal! Diana
I suspect the seedlings are suffering sunburn and windburn or transplant shock. Prior to being planted in the garden or in outside containers, they need to be gradually acclimated or conditioned to life in the elements. This is done over about a week's time. Start by placing them in a sheltered spot with a little early morning sun, then move them to a slighltly sunnier spot each day until they are in sun all morning. At the same time, back off on the watering a little bit so they dry slightly between waterings. When you plant, try to do it on a cloudy day right before a rain. Water them well at planting, and as needed to keep the soil moist -- not soggy -- until they have rooted. Container plants may need watering on a daily basis, since the small volume of soil dries out quickly in the sun and wind. You can mulch the soil surface to reduce moisture loss. If it is hot or windy you may need to water more often.
Hi team! I hope this is the correct place for info.My dh planted some tomatoe plants yesterday,it was a sunny 60plus degrees and this morning looked at them and the leaves of the plants are white,why? ahead of time. Happy successful gardening team! Diana
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