Combating the Heat
So, we're about to have 4-5 days of 100+. Most of my garden beds are all right but one of them has straight afternoon sun & backs up to a shed so it only gets hotter. With our last 100 degree temps the tomato plants in this bed got fried blossoms. They're just now getting new blossoms ready to open & I don't want to lose them again. I can see a real pattern emerging. I would like some tomatoes from these plants but am afraid I won't get any unless I can combat the heat a little. I'm planning on misting the plants before the sun's real strong on them and then shading them and giving them extra water. Any other suggestions? Thanks!