Answer: Vegetable plants respond well to warm summer weather and rich, well draining garden loam. If your plants are just not performing well but you've had successful gardens in the past, I'd chalk it up to the weather. Sometimes it just isn't conducive to good growth. Peppers and tomatoes especially like warm days and nights, but temperatures over 90F can keep them from flowering and producing fruit. Wish there was something I could suggest, but we can't change the weather. Just keep watering and feeding on schedule and your plants may snap out of their slow growth and actually present you with some veggies. I hope it's soon!
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