Even the littlest gardens are susceptible to blight. We could post the photos, but most of you have had it yourself, and need not see more.
Our Squash have also fallen victim to vine borers. We were on top of them for a good part of the season, but we over planted the beds and they eventually became so tight that we couldn't keep track of what was and was not done. By the end, none were done, and they all went to shit.
Last week Meg tore out all the summer squash and planted some late greens in their place. Today I removed the winter squash and all of the tomatoes. The garden is looking a little naked.
We did learn a lot from our first quick season. Our goal for next year is to go more vertical. The tomato trellis was a huge success (while the plants were living) and we believe that next year's squash should receive similar treatment. It should be pretty bad ass. But in the mean time, the beans are still doing well, our herb garden is bangin' it out, and the root veggies are looking quite strong.