Tomatoes are Drowning!
Ive got 100+ heirloom tomatoes planted in a new area which I am now finding out has very poor drainage. Last wednesday we had an unprecedented 5 inchses of rain. At first the plants looked fine, but starting friday or so they started looking worse by the day droopy, curled leaves - best I can tell they are drowning. This is the first time I have dealt with this, thus I have two questions.
1. How many days (post soaking) before you can safely conclude "these guys are done" and replant?
2. Assuming they do survive, will they recover enough to produce normally? Or is this like a chilling injury where too many cold nights early season will lead to inhibited production all year long?
Any info from you guys/gals with experience in this sort of thing would be appreciated.