So, we have to move our asparagus bed. So glad it isn't any larger than what it is. On Saturday November 7, Doug used Emily's walk behind tractor to dig the trenches for the asparagus.
He got about 15 feet of asparagus transplanted that weekend.
On Saturday November 14, a group of people gathered to transplanting the asparagus bed. We had 2 1/2 20 foot rows to transplant.
Many hands made the work go faster. Some were digging the plants. Some were carrying them to the new plot. Some were planting. Some were covering
Tom and I dismantled the marsh hay bale for mulch. Melissa mulched plants while David kept planting.
Nancy found a straggler so Doug helped plant it. After we finished we took some time to visit while social distancing.
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