Plant strawberries as soon you can work the ground in the spring, in holes wide and deep enough to accommodate the roots. Keep the crown level with the surface of the ground, and space the plants 4 to 5 feet apart. Mulch... More »

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Strawberries grow on plants 6 inches to 3 feet tall and approximately 18 inches wide. The plants first produce flowers that are pollinated by insects. Once pollinated, the flower forms fruit that protects and nourishes t... More »

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Strawberries grow in United States Department of Agriculture hardiness zones three through 10, which includes most of the contiguous United States, southern Alaska and the center of the largest Hawaiian island. Strawberr... More »

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Grow ginseng by purchasing stratified seeds or roots from a dealer or plant nursery, selecting a planting location that is well-drained and offers plenty of shade and planting the ginseng either in the fall or spring. Wa... More »

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A good way to grow strawberries is in the pockets of a strawberry pot, watering and fertilizing them as needed. You need a strawberry pot, strawberry plants, soil, a PVC pipe and wire screen. Successfully growing the str... More »

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To get rid of poison ivy plants, wait until it rains, put on protective gear, cut the stems, dig out the roots and spray the remaining plant matter with an herbicide. Immediately disinfect tools and clothes. More »

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A hydroponic growing system works by saturating a plant's roots with a nutrient-rich water solution. Because the solution carries everything a plant needs to grow and thrive, soil is unnecessary. Hydroponic growing syste... More »

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