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Just to say thank you. The Heron protection electric fence is just great. Ordered Thursday, delivered Monday, finished installing on Wednesday, the pond was attacked Wednesday night I am not sure if it was a cat or heron but my prize fish is still cruising around. I knew the electric fence would work, as I thought I would improve the route to earth by adding an extra earth wire round the pond and back to the energizer, thinking it's not going to have much power I did not turn the mains off, the earth wire touched the live wires, and although I don’t have much hair, I believe what I have was styled into a punk hair do in an instant. Excellent piece of kit, along with excellent service and advice. (plus Hair styling optional extra for thick'os who don't respect electricity). Thanks again
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Just to say thank you. The Heron protection electric fence is just great. Ordered Thursday, delivered Monday, finished installing on Wednesday, the pond was attacked Wednesday night I am not sure if it was a cat or heron but my prize fish is still cruising around. I knew the electric fence would work, as I thought I would improve the route to earth by adding an extra earth wire round the pond and back to the energizer, thinking it's not going to have much power I did not turn the mains off, the earth wire touched the live wires, and although I don’t have much hair, I believe what I have was styled into a punk hair do in an instant. Excellent piece of kit, along with excellent service and advice. (plus Hair styling optional extra for thick'os who don't respect electricity). Thanks again
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Asparagus Harvesting Knife

Image of BB Asparagus Knife
Image of BB Asparagus Knife
Image of BB Asparagus Knife

Burgon & Ball

We use this knife here at the nursery during the Asparagus cropping season and would highly recommend them!

  • Can be used for both harvesting methods.
  • Easy to use.
  • Burgon & Ball.
  • Five year manufacturers guarantee.

Supplied as one asparagus knife.

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A must have for the serious and not so serious Asparagus grower. A 'proper' asparagus cutting knife; it make life so much easier when harvesting your crop and minimises damage to the plants/crowns. Very easy to handle.

Suitable for the two most popular ways of harvesting asparagus; with the serrated blade to saw through the stem under the surface of the soil or use the sharpened tip to slice through the spear under the soil.

As excellent addition to any garden tool collection.

Manufactured by Burgon & Ball who have been making tools in Sheffield, England for over 280 years.

  • Hardwood handle complete with a leather strap to hang it from.
  • A forged, high carbon steel serrated blade which is excellent for durability.
  • Sharpened tip which slices through the spear under the soil.
  • Approx 12" (31 cm) overall length.
  • Five year manufacturer's guarantee.

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How To...

How To Grow Asparagus
Detailed advice on cultivating and harvesting asparagus. Includes information on watering and dealing with pests.

How To Videos

How To Harvest Asparagus (Video)
An instructional video by Serena on how to harvest asparagus.

Magazine Articles

Succulent Spears
An article on the basics of growing asparagus written by Paul Peacock that appeared in the May 2007 issue of Grow It! magazine.