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Why Is My Asparagus Plant Not Producing Any Asparagus?

by Jamie Conrad
Asparagus produces edible green spears often enjoyed fresh in the spring and summer months. When properly planted and cultivated, an asparagus bed may produce bountiful harvests for 20 years or more. However, occasionally the asparagus you plant produces very few spears or fails to produce any spear...
Debbie Floyd
Debbie Floyd • 1 year ago

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