Answer: Zucchini, like other members of the squash family, produce a large number of male blossoms first then followed by female (fruiting ) blossoms. It is quite possible that the rain pattern has interfered with either blooming, pollination or the insect pollinators. The plants do best with good rich soil fertility and a steady level of soil moisture (but not soggy); if you think pollination is the problem you can try dusting male flowers against female flowers in an effort to accomplish that, otherwise, patience may be the key as long as the plants are healthy. Good luck with your harvest!
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