Help! There's frost in the forecast for tonight, with lows getting down to 30 degrees here in southern NJ! My spinach is doomed! It's already sprouted, but the leaves are tiny, only an inch or two long at the most. Will my spinach endure the frost, die back and then continue to grow next spring or is this a failed crop? I planted the seeds in mid September thinking that they would grow well in cooler temps since Jersey summers are very humid, but after sprouting their growth rate has been very slow. Did I plant too late, is there anything I can do now to save my spinach?
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