Any advice for a couple of cold nights?
For the first time I am trying to grow a second crop of tomatoes and they are doing great (lots of fruit, some bug issues, and a few have ripened, but many plants have a way to go before they are ready to be picked).
In the next couple of days the nighttime temps will drop into the upper to mid 30s--not freezing, but certainly cold for tomatoes. What should I expect to happen? I know in the summer when the temps go above 90 the season is pretty much over, but what happens if nighttime lows dip below 40 for a few hours? Should I cover or leave them be and let nature take its course? Thanks for the advice.