It wasn't easy working in a stooped position, carrying a bag alongside me, to remove all the end/wet rot. I had talked to my husband, who in turn talked to his co-workers, who gave us a few tips. First, the bees will start to carry the fungus around, so it must be removed as soon as you see it. Most of his co-workers have, or are experiencing this with their squash. They also mentioned the calcium solution and to spray the leaves once a week.
I've heard 2:1 solution and I have read to mix it 1 cup with 9 cups of water. I've also read you can make a solution with baking soda. We are mixing our solution 1 cup milk to 9 cups water. Despite all that work, I did manage to make 2 more quarts of refrigerator pickles and picked about 30 cayenne peppers, which were frozen for winter.
Now, if I could just learn to have ripe tomatoes and ripe green/poblano peppers, when I have cilantro in the herb garden. It seems that once the tomatoes are ripe, my cilantro has already gone to seed.