Kimland1: Seems unnecessary protection. I planted about 5 straw berry plants in a
backyard garden that comfortably supports 10 tomato plants and within 2
years the strawberries had taken the entire garden for themselves. Even
weeds would not grow any more, except just one weed that resembles the
strawberry. Squirrels were a menace In the first season when I had only a
handful fruit. Since then I cannot notice if squirrels or birds are
helping themselves to the crop - actually I hope they are, because my wife
and kids prefer to get their strawberries from Kruger even when I have so
much fruit in the garden that I have no plan for. I just don't get the
idea of protecting strawberries - they don't seem to need it.
Togidubnus: Nicely presented, informative. I've never netted fruit wherever I've grown
it. A few are taken by the birds and other woodland creatures, but not so
many that I'd notice. It's rare that they all get harvested, so leaving a
few for our fellow creatures seems only right. Most netting systems and
fruit cages are over-engineered, and their cost/benefit ratio does not
balance, is how I see it. Strawberries are easy to grow, but getting a
quality berry without them getting dirty or mouldy takes quite a bit of
Javian Perez: Thanks for teaching me and my mom to grow strawberries
diodoro73: thanx Carol. this was great!
Rick Schulte: Thank you advise is well accepted
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Ameer Ahmed: I need some best tip points to care tomato and peppers plant.
New Me to New You: cool
Lily Tang: Informative!!!
Manny Arquette: HOW TO GROW STRAWBERRIES (VIDEO)
AvinashProductions: love this video thanks
Carl Hoek: what worries me is so much open dry soil, rather mulch or cycycle
cardboard, dont leave the soil open
necroscrolls: do strawberries get bad mites?
rgdodgeman: very informative video thank you.. what variety would you recomend for the
home grower in fresno california?
Scott Baker: "Let those daughters run wild, run free." Couldn't have said it better. ;-)
iTonyCx: Ok, so my plants i have had them for close to two weeks then and water them
2-3 times a week. they get artificial light when the weather isn't good
outside. but if the weather is good outside then i take them out for the
recommended 6 hours of sunlight (direct) i took them out today and they
started to wilt why? They havent had natural sunlight because it rained
over the last two days SO WHY ARE THEY WILTING IF THEY LIKE THE SUN?
Gary hillerich: we sell May-June bearing 'Earilglow' strawberry plants on Ebay "rnew3340" &
sell them through the Winter for greenhouse owners & southerners..Winter IS
the time to plant them in the South
thomas4202day: great video thanks
Billie Stanton: Strawberries are very easy to grow. It's the plat that keeps on giving.
XxMickey mousexX: My favorite fruit :)
camofrog: makes them concentrate on making a home before they make babby
barry gibson: I found this video very helpful and the raised beds are just genius!! and
the strawberry plants put in rows are very helpful, They are put in rows
like the ones put in rows like the ones on the fruit farm near me
Miguel Monreal: Why do my strawberries only gore to about 1/2"
Bob Wilkinson: I've had a matted strawberry garden here in Georgia for 5 years now.I've
never seen a bird near it,only rabbits on ocassion, so I was suprised to
hear that part.In a 3' by 16' area they are producing enough every year
that my kids, my wife & I snack on them all summer.Easy to grow &
healthy,kids love them,hard to beat that.Previously,we lived in NY and
never had any issues with birds there as well.Is it a Colorado thing or
have we just been lucky?
nooraaglover: This really helped me now im selling my straberrys and many peaple buy them
in a day ther are 90 peaple that buy them
missmamtube: Thank you Carol, I enjoyed your teaching us about strawberries ;) God Bless
rayme4raw: I like the pvc piping idea
441rider: Wickedly great system, sound like this lady skateboards! LOL!
69drummerdude: @tsukiomilover You cut off the plant just above the ground and throw it
away with the straw or mulch (NOT on the compostpile because of diseases)
cover up the roots with fresh mulch to keep them warm during the winter.
John Miller: Thanks for this useful information. One thing is that the right audio
channel is a bit weak. This can easily be corrected by just copying to
strong left channel over to the right channel in your video editor.
FreddiesFancies: can you explain how to start from seeds
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rageagainstthedying: @jerrydff7 where did you get your seeds, I been searching but they really
don't have much varieties. I want to grow June bearers, everbearers and day
Cher Kay Pombuena: two questions, whats a crown? and do i just cut off and throw away the
plant if it turns brown in the winter? (if it does)
G'Maw's Garden: Freddies from what I have seen you scrape the seeds from the outside the
strawberries, and germinate them like any other seeds using damp
papertowels. I hear it takes months to do this. I am ordering my bareroot
crowns on the internet. I've seen many people do this with excellant
opyuse21: Thank you. great
i2vader: yup no sound
iCarzy HD: This is my favourite vegetable. **** you all
Annette Langley-Tayler: This is great if you have a lot of room to grow your strawberries, but if
you don't then take a quick look at what I've done, it will help a lot if
you have little or hardly any space :)
SEO.com: We have good luck with strawberries thx
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StopByJuliesHouse: Thank you, I am new to Colorado and this was so helpful.
fleebenworth: Great video but the part about strawberries fruiting from flowers set the
previous year doesn't seem right to me at all.
kokonutbaby1: NO SOUND
jerrydff7: well my old plant died =( but i got more seeds on ebay and if you wolud
like to buy Heirloom seeds go to
G'Maw's Garden: I plan to put my bare roots in between 2 huge pine trees. I was thinking I
could hang a casting net in between the trees and let the weighted ends
fall to the ground around the plants as there is a hill or raised area
between the trees. I just need to get the casting net- I figure about a 12
to 14ft diameter net will do.
jerrydff7: they can have kids?? na jk i like the video i just got my strawerries seed
to come out and im so like ahhh!!! cool is my firs time growing strawerries
and i did it the hard way by seed!!! =)
Debra An: These are all great Ideas for growing strawberries! It gives me a lot of
ideas for my own gardens!