Growing fruits, vegetables and root crops in your garden can be both for home consumption and for commercial purpose. But for whatever your reason of raising them, you must provide these plants all they need to grow and bear healthy fruits like enough sunlight, good and well cultivated soil, and protection against pest or wild animal to have a good harvest.
To protect your garden from whatever pest or animal it is, you need to construct a fence surrounding it. In most rural areas, garden fencing is very effective in preventing destructive animals from wiping out your plants and food crops including land where they are planted. The size and kind of fence to construct depends largely on what type of animals preventing you from having a good yield.
You can identify what beast destroys your plants by merely looking at its foot prints or tooth marks. There might be other signs you can find, and this will be the basis on what type of fence to put up. Finally, you must not neglect how much your fence will cost and how will it look like. You may opt to a wooden, wire or electric fencing for as long as it will suffice your necessities.