UC Davis, Vegetable Research and Information Center Growing Asparagus in the Garden Page1 Growing ASPARAGUS in the Garden The authors are William L. Sims and Ronald E. Voss, Extension Vegetable Specialists, Cooperative Extension, Davis POINTS TO REMEMBER ...

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Agriculture and Natural Resources CraigR.Andersen AssociateProfessor ArkansasIs OurCampus Visitourwebsi teat: http://www.uaex. edu HomeGardeningSeries Asparagus Environment Light -*sunny* Soil -*well­drained,*deep* Fertility -*medium­rich* pH -*6.0*to*7.0* Temperature -*cool* Moisture ...

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Crop Profile for Asparagus in New Jersey Prepared: November, 2003 Production Facts ● State rank: New Jersey ranks 4 th or 5 th nationally in asparagus production. ● New Jersey's contribution to total US production of asparagus: about 1% Yearly production (2): 2002 = 39,000 lbs. 2001 ...

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Asparagus Asparagus (Asparagus officinalis) is a high-value, early producing perennial vegetable crop that is well suited for both conventional and organic

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Asparagus spears that are damaged at the tip by cutworms feeding or careless workers grown crooked and unmarketable. should be chlorinated at approximately 125 part per million to protect the asparagus from rot organisms such as bacterial soft rot and gray mold rot.

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