I have begun harvesting broccoli and finished digging all the sweet potatoes. Mice nibbled on a few of them but left plenty for us. They will keep all winter in a cool area in our house (55 - 60 degrees). Never store sweet potatoes in the refrigerator as temperatures below 50 degrees can cause cold injury and rotting. Savoy cabbage and collards are still growing very well. The rest of the peppers and neck pumpkins need to be gathered soon.
The greenhouse tomatoes are pollinating very well without my help even though we have had a lot of cloudy days. No serious pest problems so far. The yellow sticky cards have caught a variety of insects. I've seen a few white flies and a few aphids. We expect ripe tomatoes in the first or second week of November.
After quite a bit of searching I finally found some Chandler Strawberry plants. They should arrive the middle of next week. A little later than I usually plant but it should be all right. Remember its time to clean up the garden, take soil test (see your local extension office), apply lime if needed and plant cover crops.