Tips on Growing Great Asparagus
Choose your site carefully as asparagus will continue to produce a crop for up to 30 years.
Asparagus likes rich, fertile, well mulched, sandy loam.
Never cut the heads for the first few years. Allow your asparagus bed to establish itself first. Normally, it takes 2-3 years.
In the fall cut back all dead growth and cover with a composted leaf mulch.
In the spring, top dress asparagus with well composted manure and seaweed for an amazing harvest.
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