ASPARAGUS, Asparagus Argenteuil
A perennial plant. The edible part is shoots usually cut out every day in spring until mid-June. Sowing seeds on the seedbed in rows every 30 cm and every 8-10 cm in a row. To speed up germination, soak the seeds in water at room temperature for 3-4 days. In the spring of the following year, plant young carp at a distance of 150 x 50 cm in furrows 20-25 cm deep. For the second year, the plants should be fertilized intensively so that they grow strongly. In spring, in the third year of cultivation, form mounds over the carp or shafts 30-35 cm high. Punching out shoots should be cut before or shortly after the tip of the shoots appears. In mid-June of each year, dig up the crops, mounds or embankments, and leave the striking shoots to grow. It works best on lighter soils rich in calcium.
Package: 0.8 g