I’M THRILLED the release of my latest book, (Storey Publishing, 2020). This new book focuses on how I use covers like insect barrier fabrics, polyethylene, shade cloth, a polytunnel and more to grow food year-round and reduce pest and disease pressure. I hope you check it out—and I recommend checking out the following plants, too, some favorites from this year in my garden.

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