My zucchini plants have flowered but not produced and are now looking very witty. I’m debating whether I should pull them and replant or try to save them. Since I’m unsure why they are not producing I’m don’t know what to do

Peter Bowden Answered question July 3, 2022

High heat can cause pollination failure.  Try leaving a hose trickling at the base to soak and cool the soil the soil every few days.  Avois spray watering since that shocks the plant, promotes diseases and washes the pollen out of the flowers hindering fruit setting.  If the soil soaking doesn’t per them up then you might have some borers.  Here’s a link to more om that problem:  https://www.almanac.com/pest/squash-vine-borer

Peter Bowden Answered question July 3, 2022

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