Per my other post, which now can be deleted, but I don't know how, I have a new question.
So last night we were supposed to have frost, but I just went out there and the bean plants, pepper plants, tomato plants, etc. still look okay - the plant/leaves, etc. look healthy. So does that mean they are okay, or does it just take a few days after a frost before the plant dies?
I picked a few veggies, but left the rest because the plants look okay still - it is supposed to get down to 36 tonight.
So should I leave them for now or just harvest everything?
With 36 degree temps tonight, can I still leave my peanuts and potatoes in the ground? I want them to keep growing if possible.
Plus it just rained for two days so all the soil is still wet.
Plus, I only have like an 1 - 1 1/2 hours of daylight after work, and I cannot pick everything/dig everything up in that amount of time.