Our early fall's weather, in South Carolina would melt a snowman in as little as five seconds. The heat and humidity are enough to keep anyone inside. Your peppers, squash, zucchini and tomatoes are probably looking a little sad due to the extreme heat. Fortunately, they can gain their second wind as the temperatures start to lower.
Tomatoes and peppers don’t like to set fruit of the temperatures are over 78 degrees at night. If you can baby them some during this heat wave, you will be surprised at how much fruit that they will give you during the fall. They will pretty much keep baring until the temperatures dip into the low 60’s.
Collards, broccoli, cabbage and your other greens can be planted no