I'm getting ready to plant Silver King this weekend, good to plant late due to it's good late disease resistance, and a couple others over the next couple weeks or so. Planting beans too.
Keep an eye on it, and see how far I'm off. If you watered it in, I think you will be pleasantly surprised. I've had soil samples tested on my garden 2 times in the last 6 years, and they say it near perfect on nutrients, although high in phosphorous. That's just from being in a garden space since 1953, and using 12-12-12 as a starter fertilizer for that many years has made an abundance of it. Extension agent says it takes a long time for it to be used up. He said it won't hurt anything, but will grow some great beans, which it does. I do give it a good trickle of triple 12 out of a watering can in the rows. I don't side dress anything, never rally needed to, and have pretty decent results.
You guy's can have my share of rain for another week or so. I finished doing the Florida weave on my caged tomatoes last evening. When doing the bottom run, kneeling down, my knee got wet through the leaf mulch, so there is plenty of moisture there yet.
Going out here in a minute, and do some spraying with BT & Spinosad, to keep the little critters at bay. I'll use some soap mixed in for a surfactant, and maybe keep the Deer from eating on things.
I saw the large doe that has been wreaking havoc on things last evening. I sat down to take a break about dusk, and she literally came running down out of the pines, from the neighbors. She was within 50 feet, and did not see meat first. When she did, she was bobbing her head up and down, trying to figure out "what" I was, I guess. In a loud voice, I asked her, "What are you doing..?" Darned if she didn't take 2 steps closer... I kept talking to her, then finally told her to "GIT..!!" I had to yell at her a half dozen times, before she made like a bleating/squeal noise,and took of back through the pines. I'd imagine she paid another visit, after I fed the horses,and things calmed down. Better go check, and see if there is anything left to spray...