stunted plants

gro2canJune 16, 2014

a cold and wet spring has resulted in my tomato and pepper plants being stunted. they are about 3-4 inches tall after a month in the ground. they have grown really thick for three inches then really skinny at the top. the bottom leaves and branches look great on the tomato plants but the top barely has any growth. the pepper plants are kind of yellowy green and dont grow at all. the temperature at night has been consistently about 7-13 degrees celsius.(45-55 degrees F) i tried to cover but some nights i missed. what can i do with these plants. will they bear fruit. can somebody give advice. tnx aki

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