I never saw an SVB on my spring garden. I did have my yellow crook neck under netting so they couldn't get to it. The squash plants finally just wore out in mid summer with the heat. I pulled all of them, reworked my beds and replanted about three weeks ago without the protective netting. They have some really nice squash on them that I will harvest tomorrow. I did see a couple of SVB's hovering over the squash plants so I sent them to SVB heaven or hell with a fly swatter. I haven't seen any since. I noticed today, I have a good population of really large predatory wasps checking under every squash leaf and on every stem looking for grubs and other insect pests. I also have a large population of Texas Long Legged Flies which feed on aphids and other small pests. I guess I am in pretty good shape with the exception of grasshoppers. I'm looking forward to an extended cool, moist period to eradicate the grasshoppers. I've planted some lettuce in a couple of beds as well as some more Swiss chard. The grasshoppers usually eat the newly germinated lettuce and chard as soon as it appears.
I tried something new (to me at least) to plant my lettuce seed evenly spaced. I had a large spice bottle with the shaker lid on top. I filled the jar almost full with sand and added the amount of lettuce seed I wanted to plant. I shook the jar to mix the sand and seed and then applied it to the bed with my sand shaker. I could see how dense I was planting because the sand was much lighter in color than the dirt. The lettuce germinated evenly spaced as I wanted.