My sympathies, Barb! My garden was almost a total failure. No zuch’s at all, no squash, cantelope grew to about softball size and then each one dried up and shrank, literally overnight! Biggest issue was high heat and no bees, etc. to help pollinate. I discovered to great surprise that chipmunks love tomatoes, and so spent the summer trapping them, but not before they devoured most of our tomatoes, especially the beefsteaks. We ate some fresh, but wife was only able to can two quarts. Our cherry tomatoes faired better until a sudden invasion of tiny green inch worms. Almost overnight they devoured the leaves, then wiped out the tomatoes. Fortunately it was toward the end of the season, but I’ll still have to learn how to manage for them next season. This was our first big garden, so I’m learning lots and will be better next year. After all, our okra did great so there is hope!