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TAKE GUARD Check which pests affect the crops you intend to grow, and cover susceptible plants with netting or other guards to keep insects and birds at bay. REMOVE INFECTION Cut out infected plant material as soon as you see it, and throw it out or burn it. Mulching crops also helps to prevent disease spores from splashing onto plants. RESIST ATTACK Grow plants that are less susceptible to disease—for example, cherry tomatoes are less likely to suffer from blight because they ripen before the disease strikes.
Choose a range of cultivars for a variety of ﬂavors and colors. INTERCROPPING Make the most of all available space by growing fast-maturing crops alongside those that take longer to develop. An additional beneﬁt is that by covering the soil surface with crops, you leave fewer spaces for weeds to gain access. Choose crops that like the same conditions, and ensure that your soil is fertile so that neither plant suffers. Try twinning leeks with scallions, parsnips or beets with radishes, and late-crop potatoes with fava beans.
Many soil-borne pests and diseases affect speciﬁc plants, so by moving crops annually you can protect them from attack. Rotating crops also helps prevent soils from becoming depleted of certain nutrients. SIMPLE ROTATION Mark out a large bed into three or four sections or create a series of raised beds, and plant one type of vegetable in each. Bed 1: the cabbage family, such as cabbages, cauliflowers, Brussels sprouts, and kale Bed 2: root vegetables, such as carrots, potatoes, leeks, parsnips, and onions Bed 4: tomatoes, zucchinis, corn, and pumpkins Bed 3: peas and beans GROUP YOUR CROPS Divide crops into: roots; peas and beans; tomatoes, zucchinis, corn, and pumpkins; and cabbages.