Tomato plants wilting - help

osmomJuly 13, 2013

This is my first time planting a vegtable garden. I started tomato seeds indoors and planted the seedlng outdoors in raised garden beds. I ended up planting too many plants and they all took, which I did not think would happen. They were overcrowded and about two nights ago I moved a bunch of them to a new raised bed my husband made me. Some are wilting now. What can I do to save them? Ugh I knew if I left it they way it was they would have died due to over crowding. Help please?!

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jean001a(Portland OR 7b)

Provide shade as long as they need it.

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