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Trellis them. I do it with all the squash that run, and they do really well. Not so many bugs, and easy to find and harvest, too. If fact, I buy vining zucchini because it's so much more successful for me. This year I'm going to try training some as shade over some lettuce, and we'll see how it goes:)
Thanks so much guys! I built my own trellises. Sort of. I took two stakes and put them to the left and right of the squash seedlings. Then, a place a stake on top of the other two stakes. Finally, I used bricks to make a stone barrier between the rosemary and the squash and one between the squash and the carrots I just planted. I did the same with my beans(just sowed), snap peas, my other squash plants, and my tomatoes. I will post pics later.