applestar wrote:Well, you don't burn because you are acclimated by use of tanning beds.
What I meant by weather is more like cloudy/overcast days. If you were to plant on the first overcat or preferably misty drizzly day with no strong winds, and it's going to be like that for the next three days or so/rest of the week without it getting too cold, you could probably skip hardening off.
You could similarly protect them with hoops and floating covers to block the strongest sun and wind as well as buffer the temperature fluctuations.
BTW, Peppers wouldn't be able to go out for at least a week after tomatoes.
Oh no I only used that tanning bed once, and I burn like mad, never again. No what I meant is I can go from inside all winter to full summer sun and no burn at all.
Ok that I can do, buffering and such. Like I said I don't plan on moving them outside till at least may 10th, if they live that long, I am not real good with plants in dirt indoors lol, but I seem to be a beast at hydro so far lol.