> ... the rows the most drought prone or the wettest!
Maybe both. When you garden where weather conditions and other factors tend to be erratic and extreme, it's possible. Just depends on what's currently at work.
Actually your foliage looks better than mine. The three days of constant mist allowed the foliage to get scummy fast. Then it stopped misting and dried out with very low humidity, some warmer days, and lots and lots of wind, so any continuing growth of the scum came to an abrupt halt, but left dead patches and on the fans. The worst look like they've been under severe drought for a while. In fact, that wasn't the case then but it may be soon unless we get some rain. It's now down to dodging hail storms in the area. So far, so good.
Texas Zone 7b, USA