Hello Peter,I put my pickling cukes in too soon this year. While it didn’t get down to a frost, it was in the thirties and most of the plants have been burned. It seems like the inner growth has potential to recover fully. Are you optimistic that the plants will come back or will my crop yield be affected adversely?

It will be a struggle for them.  I’d get some seeds and interplant (after the rain stops) next week.  Cukes generally do better started in the ground from seed any way.  When the seeds come up let them grow among the struggling transplants for a couple of weeks and then decide which look more promising and rip the others out.

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