seedlings not growing
i transplanted seedlings (tomato, cuke, eggplant, bellpepper) to raised beds may 1 & they are not growing at all. soil we bought is 60% topsoil 40% compost. soil test said it's 7-7.5 ph & low in N, P & K. the snap peas, lettuce, carrots, and beets planted directly are growing & peas are producing. i dug up & removed the mesh from the peat pellets & bought some org fertilizer. the store lady says it's the cool rainy weather here in VA & just leave them alone & they'll be fine. advice?
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"It probably is the cool, rainy weather. Notice that the snap peas, lettuce, carrots and radishes are doing well--they are all cool-season plants. Once temperatures warm up, your other vegetables should take off. Congratulations on doing a soil test to find out what nutrients were lacking. That is a good thing to do, as is adding organic fertilizer.

Luke Miller, editor
Garden Ideas & Outdoor Living magazine"

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