Jesus Mejia is bundled against windy and rainy conditions April 16, 2018, as he harvests asparagus from a Middleton Six Sons Farm field about a mile from Pasco on the Pasco-Kahlotus highway. The farm started their harvest season about 10 days ago. Grower Matt Middleton said it has been a slow start because of cooler-than-hoped-for temperatures and windy conditions that can curve the spear as it sprouts from the ground.
Jesus Mejia is bundled against windy and rainy conditions April 16, 2018, as he harvests asparagus from a Middleton Six Sons Farm field about a mile from Pasco on the Pasco-Kahlotus highway. The farm started their harvest season about 10 days ago. Grower Matt Middleton said it has been a slow start because of cooler-than-hoped-for temperatures and windy conditions that can curve the spear as it sprouts from the ground. Bob Brawdy Tri-City Herald
Jesus Mejia is bundled against windy and rainy conditions April 16, 2018, as he harvests asparagus from a Middleton Six Sons Farm field about a mile from Pasco on the Pasco-Kahlotus highway. The farm started their harvest season about 10 days ago. Grower Matt Middleton said it has been a slow start because of cooler-than-hoped-for temperatures and windy conditions that can curve the spear as it sprouts from the ground. Bob Brawdy Tri-City Herald

Cool start to a tasty asparagus harvest in Franklin County

April 16, 2018 05:10 PM