The good news is our gardens are looking good.
The not-so-bad news is there is still some septoria leaf spot and powdery mildew, so we need to stay on top of it.
Multiple masses of squash bug eggs were found (see image below) on the underside of a patty pan squash leaf but they also will go after winter squash, zucchini, pumpkins, cucumbers and melons.
These need to be removed promptly before the squash bugs hatch.
I take a tissue or paper towel and scrape the eggs off the plants. Look for clusters of reddish eggs on the undersides of leaves and often close to the ground, but not always. Be thorough. Squash bugs can be a real pest to gardeners. They are aggressive feeders and will cause a plant to blacken and die.
If you find one cluster, examine the entire plant. There are likely to be other clusters.
Thank you, gardeners. By acting quickly, we should be able to control this pest.