Prepping your garden for fall weather

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It's the last day for planting radishes. In our garden, we have used floating row cover to thwart the flea beetles -- a constant challenge of growing mustard family plants like radishes and others.

Peas planted in August are already producing pods. Summer planted beans are flowering and will bearing shortly. What effect will weather have on them?

Northern Wisconsin has had frost advisories and we could have one anytime now. Which plants are the most tender? What types of covers should you use? When to cover and uncover can mean the difference between survival and death for your fall garden.