rain every day, how can I prevent disease problems
It has been raining almost every day & we're expecting a great deal more. My young tomato and cucumber plants(started flowering)are looking great, but I don't know how to prevent disease. This is southeast Georgia, so that means hot & humid. I am of the mindset that it won't do any good to spray with anything when the plants are getting drenched daily with rainfall. Even though my gardens are raised and drainage is about as good as it could be, the soil remains soaked. The only idea I've come up with is to give some shelter with plastic tarp hung overhead and then proceed with the fungal-fighting sprays -- like milk and baking soda mixes.
Is my mindset off? Any suggestions?