Transplant for Harvest?
Tuesday, 18 Oct 11 Storms 17°C / 63°F
When I was building my raised bed back in April 2011, I didn’t have time to finish it through. The construction was done and most of it filled in with top soil. Thanks to a typo on Lowe’s web site, I didn’t get enough garden soil to give my plants nutrients to grow in. Even after add fertilizer (spikes and compost tea), my plants never had enough to take off and dawdled their way through the summer.
Now that the weather is starting to get cooler, my few remaining survivors (2 jalapenos and an eggplant) are actually starting to bear fruit. We have forecasted lows in the upper 30s (F), and our average first frost date has come and gone, so I fear there isn’t much time left.
Would it be beneficial (even if just barely) to try and transplant them into containers and give them a chance to finish in hopes of a (very) small harvest?
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