- Mar 10, 2012
- Reaction score
- USDA 9a
We're seeing a wound care doc next week. Who knows about the oxygen therapy? I've heard it can do good things.perhaps oxygen can help?
I generally go out and water them early in the morning - but I haven't specificallly sprayed the plants themselves. Most of them have netting over them and I was hoping it would shade them and keep them a few degrees cooler. I'll try wetting them and the netting and see if that helps. Or, I guess I could actually move them to a place that's got some dappled shade. The temps are so hot right now I don't know if it would do that much good anyway - but it's all worth a try. They're still blooming...hose them down in the morning before it gets too hot. the cooler temperature from the water along with the action of the spray will often help them set more fruits.
people say to not spray down tomato plants because it can encourage diseases but i'm of the sort of gardener that i'll take a diseased tomato plant with fruit set over one that looks purty but doesn't have any fruit at all.
I LOVE that idea, lol. Except I already bought the paint so I'd rather not pee in my own paint can!i'd go pee in his paint can if i were the real cantankerous sort...
Mexicans are burning "weed"..... Some in the cloud of smoke don't really care, just smile. 🤣