Here it is:
After organizing some family n friends; sourcing materials; drawing plans;starting seeds indoors; checking for sun n shadow areas...etc; Trucked in yard of compost,got 40# of green sand, 44# of Azomite, had 16-17# of coir 30# of aged alpaka manure, some mycoz, liquid kelp n fish hydrolysate to use for foilar feed/wetting. And of course, what is said of best laid plans... After starts n seedlings in ground and all looked good ah, a day of rest well scratch that! I felt compelled to go over notes and records again and realized I failed to have someone pick up the bag of vermiculite!
I've got 1-4'x8' bed and a 4'x4'bed 6" deep but will build up to make it 12" where tomatoes are(have another 4x4 not using because the coco was not as much as needed)
What is a plan for correcting/compensating for in this situation? So far all can think is auto/semi-auto watering. I'm in North Tx near Dallas/FtWorth By mid-June or so it will be near constant 90's Plan was/is to have harvest most stuff by then unless it likes the heat or is part shaded by trelis or other elements.
Any help would be wonderful