Growing Strawberries In A Raised Bed Garden
Dec 27, 2017 – For more information, read Growing Berries in Raised Beds. Strawberries are perennials that need rich soil with lots of organic matter and a slightly acidic pH (between 5.5 and 6.5). Work in compost, rotted manure and some peat moss at planting time. Another good addition is granular fertilizer.
Last foot of the mix should be potting soil with added aged manure, compost/humus and NPK fertilizer. Note that the soil in taller raised beds will set over time, so be sure to water them several times, before planting strawberries.
Feb 27, 2017 – Tips on growing strawberries in raised beds. A raised bed strawberry garden is one of the easiest ways to grow a great strawberry crop.
Plant sequoia strawberries in midfall to late fall from bare root plants or nursery-grown transplants. Add 1 pound of organic matter, such as compost, for each square foot of raised bed. Dig a planting hole slightly deeper than the root system, and place 1 teaspoon of ammonium sulfate fertilizer in the bottom.
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