Hello Again, My eagerness and naivety got the best of me and I transferred all of my vegetables from indoors to outdoors. Some that I know I should not have for sure - tomatoes, zucchini, peppers. Other include pole beans, cauliflower, spinach, cabbage, carrots, radish, beets, lettuce and a variety of herbs. Unfortunately I did not add bone meal to the soil upon transferring the plants - infact I just planted them. About 3 days into my project, the veggies started to look very lethargic and yellow. We had some frost during this time as well. I added bone meal about a week ago and plan on adding an organic fertilizer that is higher in nitrogen (to stimulte root growth). So far, the plants do look much better. The tomatoes still are a concern for me (although I can see new growth that has a dark green foliage) as are the zucchini and pole beans. The peppers actually look pretty good. Anyway, my question is what can I do to help my veggies - I put so much effort into this project and want to save my garden. I do not want to use chemicals as I am working towards an organic garden. My compost is just about ready (which is organic) so perhaps I can incorporate this into the garden.