[NAFEX] Asparagus & Muscadine
Topgun at Otelco.net
Mon Feb 4 19:10:40 EST 2008
I am sure you know that muscadine vines are shallow rooted and spread far
and wide rather rapidly. Twenty feet is wide is almost double as most I've
seen are planted 12 feet or so apart. If it does not interfere with your
mowing, then you must think as to whether you need to do any spraying of the
muscadines. I used to not do any, but now I have Japanese beetles so I spray
with Sevin; which is very short residual so should not interfere with the
asparagus picking. I do not know if you would ever use fungicides, but
likely only for the ripening fruit so asparagus picking may be over by then.
Somebody else may weigh in on this also.
I forget where you are located zone wise. Zone 8 may require more spay
activity than zone 7 where I am.
R. D. O'Barr
From: "Tony Adrian" <nursingdata at gmail.com>
To: <nafex at lists.ibiblio.org>
Sent: Sunday, February 03, 2008 9:19 AM
Subject: [NAFEX] Asparagus & Muscadine
> Can anyone think of a reason why I would not want to put asparagus
> between my rows of muscadines? The muscadine trellises are 20 feet apart
> and oriented north-south.
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