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What are the varieties of large strawberries and strawberries

What are the varieties of large strawberries and strawberries

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Hello, tell me the varieties of large strawberries and wild strawberries. I want my own little trifle of lime, and plant a large and tasty one.


Alexandra, delicious and large strawberries

it’s best to take strawberry mustaches from your friends who have really big strawberries. Last year I bought these “large super-delicious” varieties - in fact a trifle and not at all the same varieties of course.

Chamora Turusi, Kemberli.

She took a mustache from neighbors, and they also from someone, and propagate

I bred my little ones by sifting out small things, during fruiting I marked bushes with good berries, made some bows from ribbons, and I took a mustache from the marked bushes for transplantation, of course it took more than a year, but the result is obvious.

Last year I ordered a dipper “Merchant” and “Baby” from a collector. Planting material came of high quality, roots in hydrogel, on each grade a foil tag. If you are interested, type in a search engine: “Cuttings and seedlings from the collection of A. Romanov.” He has a very large selection of fruit and berries of our and foreign selection, a lot of interesting new products.

my acquaintances are not summer residents at all, so there’s nowhere to take


we have everything small, growing for many years and especially the former owners did not care for it

This year, I wrote out a bounty variety and a festival daisy from a private nursery, everyone came in a capsule, but the bounty all took root, but the festival all disappeared. This year's small and clumsy, will have to be removed.

so that the strawberries do not grow smaller, it must be kept in one place for no more than three years, then transplanted. I have three beds, 1 year, the second and third, every year I planted strawberries of the third year in the fall (in August) to a new place. Preferably after onion. It turns out that there is always a good harvest, well, if the weather does not mow down)))

I soak all the seedlings that I buy with an open root system in a root solution.

good advice, but why did some take root, and the other variety is completely gone?

I don’t know why, but I also don’t have 100% survival rate and not only purchased seedlings, there are always lunges. Lately, the larvae of the horsetail have been eating their roots, so this year I add “Zemlin” or “Terradox” to the planting pits and look, as soon as they start to fade the leaves, I dig them out right away, they really love the young roots of strawberries.

Thanks I'll know. Apparently it was really them, because at first everything seemed to be fine, and then they wilted and dried out. Thank you very much, everything needs to be recorded.

But if I change my little thing to a new place, will it become larger? And whether it will be necessary to cut the foliage? We just plan next year to make one big bed of strawberries, otherwise the previous owners came across wherever they could, and under the currant grows and under the plum

Strawberries must not be soaked in water

in my comment there are no words “strawberry” and “water”.

“Soak in root solution”, is the solution dry ?, do it even worse if you soak, it is better to plant in the ground or a pot and spill.

Thank you, I will know, but I’m not soaking for a day, but for 20 minutes, during which time the roots can be soaked until there are no problems.

I just know that it’s impossible to put pure water in the water, and this time I myself lost 5 new varieties, I also put it on a little while preparing the soil mixture