I've been wanting to post my update to this thread, but I was injured and haven't been able to get out to the HBR area where I planted the summer squash, two of the H-19 cucumber seedlings, and a patch of peas and mixed seeds.
I was harvested three 4" baby golden crookneck squash a week ago and saw at least 1/2 doz more that weren't ready to pick then, with the third summer squash plant starting to bloom female zucchini. With the drought -- no rain in a couple of weeksand not being able to water, I'm not sure how they are doing, but the plants haven't wilted yet as far as I could tell through my bird watching binoculars . (water retentive clay subsoil is eloping I guess). They were growing well without the SVB issues I normally get in early summer, but I saw a leaf footed bug on the outside of my window screen earlier, so there is possibility of those types -- leaf footed, squash, and stink bugs -- bothering the plants.
The pea vines look lush but I can't tell from the window if they are blooming yet.
The mixed seed patch is in sore need of thinning. I see daikon, carrot, S. chard, lettuce, etc. all looking healthy and wanting more space.
Parthenocarpic cucumbers are climbing a tomato cage wrapped in floating cover, which means I can't see anything from my window.
Last I looked, there was quite a bit of mildew infecting the leaves... But they were ahead of the ones in a container on the patio, and they have two baby fruits, so there maybe some under there too.