Murphy's law - if you get the garden in tip-top shape, something comes along quickly to change things - and "tip" is the key word. First, there was the impact of the heat on my plants; despite an early morning watering, they looked pretty rough by mid afternoon, and there is some upper foliage damage on a few. Then, the first blast of wind came in and essentially tipped over all of the small pot indeterminates, and severely bent over most of the Dwarf tomatoes.
It is nothing that can't be, if not fixed, improved....I just came in from a deep watering and stake and pot adjustment session. But it isn't as pretty as it was yesterday morning at this time. It is also a reminder of the challenge to keep things in order over the coming months. And, yes, further signs of disease are showing up.
How did you all fare with the unexpectedly harsh squall?