Frost Damage to Plants--Cut it Off?

SproutGirl

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Apr 3, 2008
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Well, you know you live in Montana when you get frost damage to your garden in June! Agh! Anyway, what I'm wondering is should I cut this damaged stuff off, or should I let the plants recover on their own? The damage is to several tomato plants of various varieties and 3 types of squash, both summer and winter. Thanks!
 

Boyd

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for me I would probably buy starts from a greenhouse to replace...... but thats because I don't want the plant to waste time healing and rather have the fruits n veggies fast
 

SproutGirl

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Apr 3, 2008
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Oh yeah. Enough to grow tomatoes, and enough tomatoes to can! In fact, I'm down to may last 3 jars of tomatoes from last summer. So those plants I've got have to grow! I need more tomatoes!
 

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