My daily (sometimes twice daily) quest to rid the world of squash
bugs consists of wetting the plants, snatching those little smelly
suckers as they climb up the stalk and squashing them (pee-u...) in
my fingers. I daily inspect the underside of each leaf looking for
eggs, which is in the past where they lay them.
Well, they have gotten smart now too and are laying them on the
stalks, not the leaves, thus they are still around but I've not
found any eggs. Dang, even the bugs are getting smarter. What's up