Things are starting to pop up in the garden. I have been harvesting spinach and rhubarb.
Also coming along is lettuce, arugula and radishes.
I transplanted my pole beans, cucumbers that I had started. After a mishap in hardening my tomatoes I ended up buying some along with green peppers and jalapenos.
Everything was looking good until this happened.
A week of COLD, rainy weather. The wind was incredibly fierce and one day it hailed for almost a half hour. My cucumbers and beans look horrible. They are turning yellow look sad.
The tomatoes look kinda wilty too.
I haven't tested the soil. but I'm pretty sure that I have a potassium deficiency.
The leaves are curling up and have purple veins. Some of the edges are turning brown and kinda crispy. The cold weather just won't allow the ground to warm up.
I really hope they pull out of it. If they don't improve within the week I'm going to add some potash to the soil. Epsom salt mixed with water helped give them a boost, so we'll see how that goes.