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Organically grown strawberries!


Here is a photo of my experimental strawberry plants growing in a 2 gallon container:

They were bare rooted into a mix of Rabbit Hill Farms “big pot” organic potting soil that contains NO peat moss and fed with compost tea, seaweed extract, fish emulsion, and given a 1/4 inch layer of earthworm castings as a top dressing. There is a total of 15 strawberry’s in various stages of development.

Looks rather yummy!!

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I agree N20 they look very yummy and look good to yield a bumper crop.

10 May, 2010


superb N2, i have only got a few flowers on mine no fruit yet so your efforts seem to be working :o)

10 May, 2010


mmmm..could just eat that myself..

10 May, 2010


I just HAD to try out the strawberry in the above photo and it tasted absolutely superb compared to some bought from the local supermarket.
"Yummy" was an understatement! I need to plant more of them in the same organic environment and sell them! {big grin}

11 May, 2010

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