Vitax organic liquid strawberry feed

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Buy Vitax organic liquid strawberry feed: A concentrated high potash liquid feed containing naturally occurring nutrients and essential trace elements. Vitax Organic Strawberry Fertiliser provides a steady supply of natural nutrients, promoting strong, healthy growth and increased yields. Ideal for use in strawberry tubs, and also suitable for other soft fruits.<br><br>Dilute according to instructions and apply to plants in place of normal watering. Use weekly in the spring and throughout the growing season.

A concentrated high potash liquid feed containing naturally occurring nutrients and essential trace elements. Vitax Organic Strawberry Fertiliser provides a steady supply of natural nutrients, promoting strong, healthy growth and increased yields. Ideal for use in strawberry tubs, and also suitable for other soft fruits.

Dilute according to instructions and apply to plants in place of normal watering. Use weekly in the spring and throughout the growing season.

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Advice on watering strawberry tubs please Hello I bought one of the strawberry tubs shown on your website. I have assembled it and put in the plants. There is a water tube going down the middle of the tub, which waters from the inside all the plants along the length of the tub. When watering, do I fill the tube fully and how often should I do this? I have put the tub in a plastic greenhouse. I would be grateful for your assistance. Thank you Clifford

Clifford Sullivan

Hello Clifford, When watering you can fill this tube up to the top, but then you must let all the excess water drain away from the bottom of the pot. This should be repeated as and when the compost in the planter gets quite dry. I hope this helps. Helen Plant Doctor

Clifford Sullivan

Strawberry maintenance Hi, This summer we planted lots of strawberry plants in pots. We got quite a few strawberries. What do we do now the seasons ended? Many Thanks, Penny

Micklewright, Penny

Hello There, You dont really need to do anything. The strawberry plants will die back in winter and you can then remove any dead foliage. Carry on feeding them for the next couple of weeks and make sure they are watered, but you can cut this right back throughout the winter. I hope this helps. Helen Plant Doctor

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