When can we determine our LAST frost date?? - Knowledgebase Question

Scotts Valley, Ca
Question by hummingbird7
May 1, 2009
I'm going nuts here in the Santa Cruz Mountains. I need to get my tomato plants, but the fluctuations of temps are so unpredictable! Normally it's May 1, but this year I'm having trouble. When can I be sure that it will be warm enough for my tomatoes?


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Answer from NGA
May 1, 2009

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According to the National Weather Service May 15 is your official average last frost date but that can vary, as you know. I'd plant the tomatoes out after May 15 but be prepared to cover them if another frost is predicted.

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