I need to ask because it's getting serious here. We have been having corn crops go down hay fields catch fire, it's dryer than a bone here.
This mainly goes out the deep south people since they go through this most years. We get the heat but we normally get some rain as well in the form of thunderstorms accompanied by tornado's.
I ask about watering because you can either hurt or hinder your plants if done too much. I can soak it in the morning and come home after work and it's bone dry again. I have soaker hoses going about every day, I wonder if this is too much or not enough, heirin lies the problem. I don't want to let them die but if I over water than fruits crack, leaves curl, BER etc. No real risk of disease since the normally super high humidity has been super low and I'm bottom watering per say.
So tell me straight up and I watering too much , too little?
What do you do?
Thanks this thread should involve most of us since I believe we all are hurting with drought. Except for a few places getting floods.