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August 23, 2009

How to Grow Strawberry Plants from Runners.

Filed under: fruit — Tags: , , — TopVeg @ 7:59 pm

It is easy to raise new strawberry plants from runners. Strawberry runners must originate from a healthy mother plant.

* select a healthy plantlet on a runner, in June or July



* cut off the runner beyond the plantlet



* fill a pot with compost. This pot can be buried in the ground, close to the plantlet. If the strawberries are grown under plastic, the pot will have to be kept above ground.
* peg the plantlet to the compost, but leave it attached to the mother plant.

In a few weeks, new plants will be big enough to be planted out as shown in the link.

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  1. [...] plantlets on strawberry runners which were potted up four weeks ago , have grown into strong young strawberry plants. [...]

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