I'm in South Australia and we're at the end of a bad heatwave of several consecutive days above 40 degrees Celcius (104 degrees Farenheit). I was lazy and didn't shade my young vegetables like I have previously, and some are terribly singed from the weather, in particular my Kentucky Wonder climbing bean plants which are about a foot high and my rocket (I managed to save a few ready leaves for a salad but some were lost). The zucchini (leaves only) and broccoli plants are also somewhat damaged. Surprisingly my tomato plants, including a seedling less than 10cm tall and a rocket seedling of a different variety, also very small have barely any damage. All the plants are in raised beds except the tomato and zucchini, which are in large containers.
I was just wondering if there was anything (organic) that you suggest that could help these plants recover? With time I anticipate they'll heal themselves but if there is anything additional you can think of that might help them I'd love to hear it.