How to Grow Strawberries from Seeds at Home

How to Grow Strawberries from Seeds at Home

How to grow
Strawberries from Seeds at Home
How to grow Strawberries from Seed

Grow Strawberries at Home

Step 1: Collect Seeds from ripe Strawberries

take mature and ripe strawberries and rub the seeds off with your fingers
take mature and ripe strawberries and rub the seeds off with your fingers
Strawberry Seeds
Strawberry Seeds

in this article I’m going to show you How to Grow Strawberries from Seeds at Home in easy 4 steps. take mature and ripe strawberries and rub the seeds off with your fingers these black dots are the seeds as you run your finger over the strawberry the seeds will come loose.

Step 2:
Preparation of potted media for strawberry seedlings


Preparation of potted media for strawberry seedlings

Preparation of potted media for strawberry seedlings

Preparation of potted media for strawberry seedlings and mix it well
and mix it well

for the potting mix take 60% cocoa peat and 40% organic compost mix it well

Step 3: Strawberry Seed Nursery

now take a sibling tray and fill it with the potting mix, Strawberry Seed Nursery
now take a sibling tray and fill it with the potting mix
make half-inch deep holes in each cell,Strawberry Seed Nursery
make half-inch deep holes in each cell

Apply water to the strawberry seed nursery

Apply water to the strawberry seed nursery

now take a sibling tray and fill it with the potting mix make half-inch deep holes in each cell with your finger good one to do strawberry seeds into each hole now cover receipts with a very thin layer of potting mix and ensure that these strawberry seeds are not completely covered and are exposed to light water gently with a shower place the seat tray in direct sunlight and always keep the soil little moist until seeds germinate normally.

After 22 Days

strawberry seeds will start to germinate within 15 to 16 days then seedlings have three to four true leaves at that point they can be transplanted at their final location.

Step 4: Planting small Strawberry plants in the field after they are Matured

Mature strawberry plants
Mature strawberry plants
Preparation of cultivation media for planting of mature strawberry plants
Preparation of cultivation media for planting of mature strawberry plants
Once the mature strawberry plants are planted in the field
Once the mature strawberry plants are planted in the field

we will plan multiple seedling in this planter make sure your pot have the edge holes at the bottom always cover the holes with the small stones for better drainage strawberries loves well-drained red soil for that and lots of organic compost to enrich the soil for the potting mix take 50% normal garden soil 40% organic compost 10% fine sand or reverse and makes them well fill the pot with the potting mix make holes in the potting mix and one by one plant seedlings into them make sure to keep the crown above the soil surface keep at least 5 to 6 inch gap between two plants for better growth as the Purdue’s runners that needs some space to extend in this same manner we can plant strawberry plants in these small pods also add water when the soil appears dry at the surface and always what are the crown of the plant and avoid watering the fruit as it may cause fruit to rot add mulch around the strawberry plants to retain soil moisture and to keep the fruit safe from sitting directly upon the bare soil keep the pot in full Sun during winters and keep the pot in partial shade if the temperature is above 35 degree Celsius the strawberries will ripen over the course of a week or two check daily and harvest all that arrived for that just snap the stem directly above the fruit this will also keep the berry from using its juice and keep it plump and fresh longer

Yummy Fresh Strawberries
Yummy Fresh Strawberries

check out my other article: How to Start Farm from Scratch and Make Money

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