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April 13, 2013
By GLYNIS VALENTI - Staff Writer ( , Times Leader

JACOBSBURG - Long, mounded rows of soil stretch across a grassy, sloped field. On a day when the forsythia just opened up, it may look like the Thorntons are getting ready to plant. Nope, the planting has already been done. They grow asparagus, which is a perennial, and, quiet as it looks, the crop is busy working its way toward the tops of those mounds.



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