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Smoking Guru
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Joined Jun 11, 2015
Love the green sticks who cares what I smell like. :emoji_wink: :emoji_laughing:



Master of the Pit
Joined Jan 17, 2013
Grilled asparagus is good...grilling it with some olive oil, s&p and a light sprinkle of Parmesan cheese and wrapping it in bacon...GREAT!


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Joined Sep 15, 2012
Jeezum crow, we don't even have green grass yet.



Smoke Blower
Joined Nov 7, 2019
I dug a trench using my troy bilt horse. Till and remove loose dirt till I got down 2 feet. Then I went to the river with my speargun and shot a mess of carp and brought them back to place in the bottom of the trench. I added composted horse manure,Blood meal and bone meal and soft phosphate rock to the loose dirt on the side of the trench and mixed it with the tiller. Then I backfilled to cover the fish and made mounds to spread the roots over them evenly and back filled to 1" above the crowns.As the tips emerged I continued to back fill till the loose dirt was all on top of the crowns. They say 3 years before harvest but with all the amendments I was picking in 2 years and it is a very healthy stand of asparagus. Lot of work pays off in the end

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