Squash bed looks now quite different - huge growing during 11 days only:
(2 shark fin melons, 1 squash and 1 round squash)
I believe that the garden fabric has helped quite much with this fast growth as it has kept the temperature and moisture conditions an excellent for the seedlings. And of course, it has protected them from the slugs.
Squash in this bed:
Giant pumpkin and shark fin melon:
Squash in the frame:
(I thought before it was a butternut squash but I remembered wrong - it was a squash. Butternut seedling passed away earlier. Maybe too cold nights or too much cold rain. )
I have also few tiny shark fin melons; before I put one half-rotten shark fin melon to the compost and it seems that there were seeds alive. The seeds germinated in the compost and as I used that compost soil in the squash beds, I got those self-germinated compost seedlings to my garden.