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Pictures of strawberries growing. This document contains a photo catalog of all the most common strawberry pathogens as well as pictures of the damage done by strawberry pests and parasites. To grow strawberries in a pot start by purchasing a starter plant or a runner from a nursery along with a pot thats 16 to 18 inches wide and 8 inches deep. Download all photos and use them even for commercial projects.
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A discussion of the strawberry plant disease anthracnose. Garden strawberry plants prefer soil thats slightly acidic with a ph of 58 to 62. Strawberry growers or home gardeners with sick strawberry plants will likely benefit from this resource.
The wild strawberry plant is easy to grow and will eventually spread to form a nice ground cover about 6 12 inches high so this is something to consider when growing wild strawberries. The fungus colletotrichum is responsible with the species c. The progression of infection is discussed and pictures of anthracnose infection on each of the strawberry plant parts and the strawberry itself are presented.
Certain varieties of strawberries are better adapted to certain types of regions and their climates. Closeup of juicy fresh strawberries growing on strawberry plant in organic garden various fruits and berries apples peaches plums grapes strawberries growing in the garden. Next fill the pot with premixed potting soil or compost transplant the strawberry plant into the pot and water the soil.
Since strawberries have shallow root systems growing strawberries in pots and baskets is very easy. If buried deep the plant will rot. Plant the strawberries so that the roots are covered in soil but the crown is exposed to fresh air and light.
After deciding on the type of strawberry plant you want to grow you must choose the container in which you want to grow them.