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Answered: Strawberry plant care in Southern Califronia.

I'm not sure of one either. I lived on an avocado ranch in Ventura, and my next door guy was a strawberry farmer. I remember him planting the plants at the beginning of the season, with the field covered in some kind of white plastic. But I don't recall that he ever took any plants out until the ...

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Answered: Growing strawberries

Because strawberries grow so close to the ground they are suseptible to many diseases and fungus. Growing strawberries in pots keeps them up off the ground and less likely to contract disease. Of course pots are not feesible for a strawberry grower, which is why strawberry farms have to treat the ...

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I can say that, I have found #4, #2, and sometimes (but not always) number 1 to be correct in my experience. #3 really depends on where you live. Strawberries are my favorite fruit to grow...when I got started I bookmarked gardenguides article on planting strawberries . Check it and see if you ...
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When did strawberrys become cultivated

The Woodland Strawberry was the first strawberry species cultivated in the early 17th century. The Garden Strawberry was first bred in Europe in the early 18th century. Strawberries, which are native to temperate regions throughout the world, were first cultivated in the United States about ...

Why are bees atrracted to pool's?

Bees are NOT attracted to pools but to water..... and pools are easy to find. Bees, as all animals, need to drink (some animals get it indirectly).

What to plant to attract ruffed grouse?

I know for a fact they like sweet clover.

Have a newly planted strawberry bed...lots of flowers but the fruits are

Strawberries are perennials, but depending on variety, they should produce normal sized fruit the second year on. Consider the variety of berries you have planted, and be a little patient. Strawberries need full sun, lots of water, and balanced nutrients in the soil. It can be well to take a soil ...