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Buzzard Wing wrote:It does like my saltwater breezes.... (my trucks don't). Can't hurt. My plants are 20 years old (from Miller Nurseries). You want male plants, supposedly ones from seeds are no good (also not deep enough). I should fill in the bald spots. It is the best thing you can plant in my opinion, truly a lazy man's crop!
To add to that thread, The man that used to get salt form us at the softener store always bought coarse rock salt, and always bought it in the early spring, so I assume that is when he used it.dgrapes59 wrote:John,
This was discussed a while back in a thread that covered over 3 years, here is a thread, it covered a lot of ground:
I am interested in recent replies as well, I have a nice bed at my place in NE that the neighbor usually harvests when we are not there. The bed usually ends up with as many weeds, if not more, than asparagus! I will be there next week and am hopeful I will get to enjoy some fresh asparagus.
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