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Can frost-damaged tomato plants be saved?
If your mature tomato plants have frost damage, inspect them carefully. Those that have collapsed completely can't be saved. If, however, your mature plants are still standing, tidy them by removing their frost-damaged leaves. Pinch or prune them at the nearest point where healthy tissue begins.
How do you revive plants after frost?
But with your help, cold-damaged plants can often recover.
- Water. After a freeze, check the soil around your plants. ...
- Fertilizer. While you may be tempted to add a little fertilizer to your plants to help speed their recovery hold off. ...
- Pruning. Don't prune cold-damaged plants right away. ...
How do you cover tomato plants from frost?
You need two things to protect your tomato and pepper plants from frost: tomato cages (wood or metal is fine) or sturdy garden stakes, and bubble wrap. The tomato cages or garden stakes will form your structure, and you'll wrap the bubble wrap around that to protect your plants.
How do I cover my garden from frost?
Bed sheets, drop cloths, blankets and plastic sheets make suitable covers for vulnerable plants. Use stakes to keep material, especially plastic, from touching foliage. Remove the coverings when temperatures rise the next day. For a short cold period, low plantings can be covered with mulch, such as straw or leaf mold.
At what temp should I cover plants?
Cover Plants – Protect plants from all but the hardest freeze (28°F for five hours) by covering them with sheets, towels, blankets, cardboard or a tarp. You can also invert baskets, coolers or any container with a solid bottom over plants. Cover plants before dark to trap warmer air.
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