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Asparagus patch

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Location: Indiana
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Well here in Central Indiana we've had some freezing nights and noticed yesterday that a lot of my asparagus have been damage by it. So my question is would it be wise to just mow off what is up so I know what is the fresh ones, since we are early in the season i was thinking I would be okay in doing so! Hope all is doing well in this troubling times.
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Location: Cache Valley, zone 4b, Irrigated, 9" rain in badlands.
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I think that mowing would be fabulous! I typically break the damaged ones off with my feet or hands.

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