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I have a quick question... This is my first year gardening, and so I've been on a pretty steep learning curve. I have been noticing that some of my plants (specifically pumpkins and cucumbers) have looked very wilted. We are in the middle of a long lasting heat wave (with one or two beatings from heavy rain in there) and I'm wondering if this is causing it. I have been watering often, and everything still seems to be growing, but I just don't know if I should be doing something different with the garden to prevent the wilting. Any advice is appreciated!
Now that you mention it, late evening, and early morning they always look a lot better, but those are the times I've been watering, so I just assumed that it was the water helping them out! The heat hasn't died down here yet, but everything is doing ok as far as I can tell!