Had a trip planned last weekend to see two of my grandsons who live in Virginia. I had some tomato plants that were good size, healthy and ready for some good soil. Our temps had been good so I decided to put a few in the ground before I left. Used hole diggers and put them deep into the soil.
Well, while I was gone we had two "gully washers" and then the temps dipped into the high thirties and low forties. I checked the plants and the outside leaves appear damaged and white, and a couple of plants have bit the dust. I think I rushed things a bit. You know, it is a LONG time til Good Friday. Most plants seem to have some good healthy green growth in the middle top, so I will see what happens now that our weather is supposed to warm up a bit.
Will provide pictures when I can.