Fresh White Asparagus Seeds, Heirloom NON GMO for Planting, Easy to Grow
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Asparagus officinalis is a thermophilic herbaceous plant with fleshy roots. At one place can grow up to 15-20 years and give the yield of shoots. Very valuable dietary and therapeutic culture. It treats dropsy, cystitis, kidney stone disease, hypertension, dilates peripheral vessels and improves liver function. Asparagus is mainly multiplied by seeds, which are soaked in warm water for 3-4 days before sowing, changing water daily. Sow at a depth of 3-4 cm 2 seeds in a nest at a distance of 10 cm from each other. In autumn, the outgrown stems are cut and removed, and the remaining roots are covered with a small layer of humus, leaves, compost, etc. In the 2nd year the seedlings dive to the ridges at a distance of 40 cm one from the other. After 3-4 weeks, check the acclimation of plants and plant new ones. When the height of the stems reaches 15 cm, the soil is poured into the grooves and level the soil. In autumn, the stems are mown and burned again. Cleaning of young asparagus shoots begins with a 3-year plantation in early spring. First they gather asparagus that has grown underground, and then shoots that have grown 15-20 cm above the soil level. The shoots must be collected every day, because they grow very fast. The shoots should be immediately wrapped in polyethylene and put in the fridge.
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Asparagus Vegetable Planting Time Start seed indoors 12 to 14 weeks before the last frost. Transplant seedlings or plants into the garden after the last frost. Plant Bundle asparagus seeds or crowns in the garden in early spring as soon as the soil is workable. The soil temperature should be 50°F (10°C) or warmer. Allow asparagus 3 years to establish its roots before you begin harvesting.