time-sensitive: hail, strong storms tomorrow--what to do?
I'm in NE PA, and that's the forecast. About 3 weeks ago, 50 mph winds nearly ripped my peas out at the roots. My maters, peppers and eggplants were still small enough to cover with pots. Was fortunate to escape the hail that resulted in MAJOR damage to homes, cars, and vegetation.
I've got tomatoes, peppers, eggplant, corn (still small), taters, cukes, beets, and blackberry bushes. Can I wrap the maters in plastic or blankets? Throw tarps over entire beds, until the worst is over?
Is there anything I can do to protect my vegetable garden? The storm is supposed to hit tomorrow afternoon, so I still have time to plan.