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Asparagus is our main commodity. Representing roughly 80% of our production we pride ourselves in constantly being a market leader and trend setter throughout the year.

A highly nutrient and low calorie vegetable, Asparagus is known for being rich in vitamins, minerals and antioxidants.
Additionally, Asparagus has numerous potential benefits such as weight loss, better digestion, lower blood pressure and even contributing to better pregnancy outcomes due to its vast amount of folic acid.



We also have 500 Hectares of organic asparagus available during our Caborca Season (Jan- Apr). It is produced by methods that comply with the standards of organic farming. Standards vary worldwide, but organic farming features practices that cycle resources, promote ecological balance, and conserve biodiversity.

How To Grow Asparagus

1.Preparing The Bed 1 Preparing The Bed Before planting a new asparagus bed, it's critical to eradicate all the weeds and grasses from the planting area.
2.Planting 2 Planting Once the bed is weed-free, dig a trench about 12" deep and a foot wide. The crowns should be planted at 18" intervals in the bed.
3.In-Season Care 3 In-Season Care Mix the compost and fertilizer with some garden soil and shape it into a little mound.
4.Harvesting 4 Harvesting The diameter of the spear has no bearing on quality. Spears should be harvested when they are 5" to 7" high and before the tips begin to loosen.
5.Maintenance 5 Maintenance Once the harvesting season has ended, which will be in late spring/early summer, allow the spears to develop naturally. They will grow 4' to 6' feet high, with lacy, light-green foliage.
  • Caborca
  • SanLuis R.
  • Mexicali
  • Irapuato
  • Ensenada
  • Sonoyta
  • Cd. Constitucion
  • Peru

All year round

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CALORIES per serving (100 gm)
  • 20


  • 0

    mg Cholesterol