to much rain
I live in Ga and this year we have been lucky to come out of our drought but it seems as if my garden which includes watermelons, canoples, okra peppers and tomatoes is getting too much rain. Is there anything I can do to stop mother nature from drowning my garden?
Submitted by BHGPhotoContest

Not much you can do to stop the rain (it must be nice, though, to be out of that drought). I would just make sure your plants are mulched so the melons, in particular, aren't sitting on the wet cold ground. Spread a mulch of pine needles, shredded bark or even newspaper under them to help prevent rot. Otherwise, there's not much else you can do."

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