Plants were transplanted starters from wal-mart put into the garden around 4/11. They include tomatoes, green bell peppers, banana peppers, eggplant, and cucumbers. Land was grass when we moved in the beginning of March. when I took this area, turned it over and covered it with black plastic for a month, turning it over once a week during that time and picking out grass and anything green. Before planting, I added a few bags of manure and some cheap top soil, turned it in a bit, and then built the raised rows you see in the pictures. Everything was planted same day, and I hit everything with one of those sprayer bottles of miracle grow (but didn't use it all, still lots left) that you connect to a hose.
As of this morning, everything seemed to be moving slowly, but ok. I purchased some cheap Pennington 9-12-12 veggie/tomato fertilizer, and followed instructions, which was to sprinkle 2 tablespoons around each plant, and water thoroughly. 5 hours later, several plants including a couple tomato plants have fallen to the ground. Did I overwater? Over fertilize? Can they be saved or are they finished? Can I pull them and replant before it's too late in the season?
Ugh..heartbroken...here are the pics....