I grow catnip in my asparagus bed. ;-)
Works for me..... It' a mint so it takes over. The asparagus grows right
up thru it.
If you let the female asparagus's grow up and fern out, they tend to
shade out the weeds anyway.
Just let it go to fern at the end of the season.That will prevent most of
the weeds but you will still need to weed a little now and than.
Other methods ,putting plastic down,other methods of covering up the isles
will cost time/money and you will still get weeds coming up among the
"grass" so just let it go to fern which will bush out nicly and keep
moisture in and weeds down besides looking great.
We used to grow for the Boston Market so cost and ease for "aspergrass"
care we have lots of expirence.
I have heard of something called "weed and feed" that is supposed to be
an oragnic product that uses corn gluten to suppress weeds. I haven't
found it yet but I'm thinking of using it in the garden between beds.
Has anyone else used this product?
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