As I mentioned obliquely before, perhaps in the comments only, my vine crops were hit with a double whammy of powdery mildew and then 6 weeks of drought. No amount of spraying milk helped so I pulled out the spaghetti squash, the watermelons, the zucchinis, the scallopini squash, and then my poor little moon and stars which also got the mildew.
I just had to pull out the turnips because they started to mildew as well and they were also heavily fed on earlier by bugs.
This is what I got, tiny stunted things.
But you can see we are still getting tomatoes and now some of the cranberry beans are drying up very nicely! I am very much looking forward to those bean crops.
I have planted spinach, beets, and green onions where the squash and zucchini once were.
I also planted some bibb lettuce some weeks ago.
Some delicious braising chards and such were planted some time ago but the baby bok choy have been eaten to bits.
I will grow the bok choy again but under row covers for certain!