Planting out Tomatoes early
Our unusually cool spring, means I would normally plant my tomatoes out this weekend. Temps of soil are still a few degrees below when I would normally plant, but it looks like 3 days/nights before the weather we should be having kicks in and soil will warm the last few degrees. No frost just cooler weather.
My plants are desperate for up-planting our out-planting, but will cooler soil temps just delay growth or stunt it for the entire season? I can live with a slow week of growth, as the soil warms up, but would hate to stunt them for the whole summer.
Anyone have any experience with this?