Storing or preserving your harvest well will allow you to enjoy more of your crops, for longer.
Many crops store brilliantly, but if they're showing signs of rot, disease or pest damage or are unripe, it's best to eat what you can of them straightaway (cut away any affected areas), or bin or compost them.
Don't forget – there are lots of ways to make the most of your harvests, including pickling or making vinegars and chutneys. Find out more in our guide to preserving your harvests.
Here's what to look out for before you store your crops.