That's it, no more squash planting this season for me. I harvested about a dozen zucchini and about twice that in yellow crook necks but when checking for ripe fruit yesterday I saw the dreaded SVB evidence. The signs have become all too familiar to me over the years of attempting to have a long crop of summer squash. It's a shame too since these plants were some of the largest I've had in years with the zuchinni leaves as big as the foliage of elephant ear plants.
No more succession planting for me. I give up. I know others have mentioned several resistant varieties but they all seem to be winter squash types and those are not my favorites. Farmer's Market, here I come for squash.