I'm a beginner to planting.
A few days ago I planted some tomatoes, green beans , basil, parsley and Chili. However yesterday I put some fertilizer and this morning i found that my green beans, tomato and basil are completely dead.
I cut off all the dead parts which was basically the whole plant, watered the soil as well.
Would this have happened from the fertilizer? What should I do ? Is it best to replant and start over ?
Next time avoid this chopping up the plant.
It is informative how the plant continues.
If the plants were frosted, (and it would have been a light frost) they usually pull out of it with a slight burn on the edges of a few leaves... having chopped the plants up... they are going to have a much more difficult time dealing with that!
If it was chemical burn... the plants woulda probaly gone ahead and bit the dust... but again, need the entire plant left to verify.
Now that you cut them down, you may as well re-plant.
And... I agree about fertilizing with compost or other natural soil building resources.
Those chemicals just break the soil down faster.