We planted squash in a field next to the high tunnel in order to include it in the demonstration plantings for the Greenhouse and High Tunnel Workshop. Even though it is not in the greenhouse or high tunnel, we wanted to include it. We heard a presentation at the Great Plains Growers Conference where Blue Hubbard squash was planted at the ends of the rows of other summer squash to act as a trap crop for pests. By using the Blue Hubbard Squash as a trap crop, the project successfully raised the other squash without the use of pesticides (See Dr. Pinero’s article at https://ipm.missouri.edu/MEG/2017/2/controlling_cucumber_beetles_and_squash_bugs_in_cucurbit_crops/. We wanted to have an example of this practice for our Greehouse and High Tunnel Workshop.