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Growing Asparagus

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04 Jul 19 mark (Australia - temperate climate)
i live in a frost prone area reg minus 1or 2 deg c i planted asparagus seedlings 2 year ago and 2 year old crowns about a month ago i mulched with a good layer of suger cane mulch it is early july and the shoots on my older plants are emerging we had another frost today , my questing is should i just leave them or should i trim them of to prevent frost damage to the plant
05 Jul 19 (Australia - temperate climate)
I would suggest you read the article here until you understand it.
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