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September 20, 2012 12:00 AM

Asparagus farms sprouting up around Washington

Asparagus, a crop that's been grown in the Mid-Columbia for more than 100 years, peaked at 30,000 acres in 1990. Today, only about 5,000 acres are left in the state, but that number is growing year by year.

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