One of my butternut squash plants lost its growing tip. Probably cut while mowing the grass, since they are planted on the borders of the garden and not in the raised beds because of the space they need. The stem is probably around 35-40cm (15in) long.
From what I can see the plant has only one steam (the one that lost the tip), and is not growing any new ones.
On the last days it has started growing flowers on all the nodes, but all of them seem to be male.
Is it worth keeping to see if it will show at least one female flower? Or will the plant grow a new stem with new nodes? Or should I just cut it off?