I had posted early in the season how I was haveing trouble with My Squash, not doing well. they would make lots of small squash, but they would just get about two inches long and then die. well I pulled those plants and replanted with new plants from a different place and Now they are doing great. I think I had just bought some bad plants the first time. one thing I have noticed this year is the Lack of bees in the garden, It's just been the last couple of days that I have seen any bees at all in my garden, now they are working the squash Blooms big time. I use to be a commercial bee keeper and I did Pollination for the farms, and I know how Important they are for making some crops. anyway I was wondering if any of you are seeing a lack of bees in your gardens this year. I see on the news, that the bees are disappearing world wide and they have no idea what is happening. some of the people doing research think it is caused by all the telephone waves sent out. they think it may disorient the bees and they loose their way back to the hive. some bee keepers have been completely wiped out, and lost all their Hives, If we loose our bees that is going to make food prices go out of site.