That’s the real question,covering plants is a pain,losing everything you’ve done is a big pain. I’m a little south of you and a very few degrees warmer,usually. I was sweating out my tomatoes last night,I’m leaning toward relaxing a bit tonight. We’ll see later on in the afternoon.
I covered mine on the last frost we had with plastic. They still got damage where the plastic touched the plants but not bad enough to kill the. Next time I will use buckets and cloth instead of plastic one thing I have noticed is it seemed to help the pepper getting a little frost bit. They all bunched out at the tops without having to pinch them and should up production some
Maters, Peppers, cucumber, Okra, Corn, Peas, Beans, onions, and melons. I planted 400 pole beans, can't wait till they are ready. Already told me wife i am expanding my garden next year. I am 40 x 40, next year I want to be 80 x 40.
Here’s a picture of my little house plot garden. Growing some obsession sweet corn, momentum bush beans, watermelons, cantaloupe, pumpkin, butternut squash, and some flowers. Have some lettuce and beets in the side closest in the picture and also have a cover crop covering one row that has buckwheat, ic peas, millet, sorghum, and some other stuff
Some of it is netting to keep the chickens and cats out of the bed. We now have tule over the beds. Trying to be mostly organic with our veggies. Hoping to control stink bugs, cutworms and hornworms with it. Once everything starts blooming we'll have to remove it during the day for pollination. May be more trouble than it’s worth, but we’ll see.