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Growing Strawberry Plants

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17 Aug 17 Stephen Hughes (Australia - temperate climate)
I planted 12 seeds in a pot 17 weeks ago. One plant came up beautifully in 10 days, another came up 4 weeks later. This 2nd one is still tiny but has many leaves. Best sun I can get is 5-6 hrs about midday. Is the lack of sun the reason I have no flowers?
17 Aug 17 Mike (Australia - sub-tropical climate)
Go to Veggies and Herbs at the top of the page and read about growing them. Strawberries seeds or strawberries plants. Seeds sound like a lot of work. Put seeds in a fridge for 3-4 weeks. It says can take 2-8 weeks to germinate. 12 mths to grow. Much easier to use plants. Not many flowers the first year by the sounds of it. Maybe enough sun but watering and fertilizing is important. Too much N and all leaf. Needs a bit of K for fruiting.
21 Aug 17 Mike (Australia - sub-tropical climate)
Watched a video today and it said strawberries can take up to 2 yrs to produce fruit from planting seeds. She recommended buying fresh root stock. Make sure there is some green growth on them.
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