Plastic containers and strawberries (Plastic containers city)

A comment on a former posting :

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Going to that website, one will find a number of interesting references, like :

Growing Strawberries in Containers
Apr 23

How to Plant and Grow Strawberries in Containers |
2006 Growing Strawberries in Containers. I live in Oregon

Planting a Strawberry Tower – Container Gardening
in the valley

Reusable Plastic Agricultural ContainersStrawberry Box
rain and sun!
I am wanting to container garden strawberries.

Grow Strawberries in Containers

Tips and instructions for growing your own excellent strawberries indoors.

Choosing containers for strawberry growing (RHS) « Container Gardening
Strawberries grow very well in containers: they have shallow roots
Indoor Container Gardening Ideas
are very

Can I uproot a few of strawberry vines for container?
relatively hardy

Growing Strawberries in Containers
and they look good

White Flower Farm – Summer Snow – Verbena and Strawberry Jar
Buckhorn sets the industry standard again with its new Strawberry Box to help
you harvest more strawberries efficiently.
You don’t need a lot of room to grow strawberries!
Choosing containers. Grow bags are widely used by commercial and home growers
for strawberries. Each bag will take around six plants and grow bags

The Strawberry Adventures
With more plants needing a home I planted a large Mexican clay strawberry pot (20
openings not including the top) that had been the container for many of my


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Willem Van Cotthem

Honorary Professor of Botany, University of Ghent (Belgium). Scientific Consultant for Desertification and Sustainable Development.

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