Help! Droopy plants after heavy rain.
I live in Brooklyn, NY, and have a few pumpkin plants, tomatoes, and peppers in a raised bed. I'm doing square foot gardening and filled the beds with Mel's mix. My pumpkin plants were really doing well until this week. We got about 2-3 days of heavy rain and yesterday evening, the leaves on the pumpkin plant started to droop and wilt. My pepper plants also drooped a bit and the leaves on one of tomato plants has curled up. One of the pumpkin plants has a leaf with faint white spots which I fear might be mildew or fungus. Last night I tried to aerate the soil a bit using a bamboo stick and this morning I sprayed the leaves lightly with a very diluted mix of Neptune's Harvest.Today we have low humidity, sunny skies, and temps in the 80s so I'm crossing my fingers that they will bounce back, but is there anything else I can do?