Is there a way to recuperate drooping seedlings?
I’d planted 10 tomato seedlings into my open garden that had already grown to a bit over a palm in height, but a sudden wave of one of the last spring chills devastated them. Now they are reduced to limp yellow rotting-like stems with still a segment of hope-giving green rigidity up until where they where buried. It’s been raining constantly as well the last few days.
I took them out of their beds and intend to pot them indoors.
Anything you suggest?
I would like to see them revive rather than being nearly futile additions to the compost pile.
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