Freemare
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Strawberry help

Hi, I am new here but not new to garden work. Anyway I am having a bit of a problem with my straw berry plants. I got some and wanted to start them in doors to give them a chance to get big and ready so I would have a longer fruit time. Any way, I am having a huge problem. I don't know what the problem is. Most of my straw berries have started to wilt their leaves and then go brown look and dry up. I don't understand. Here are pictures.

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DoubleDogFarm
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Welcome to the forum.

If you would, tell use about the growing media, watering and fertilizer.

Some of the leaves look stained from fertilizer or maybe powdery mildew.

Eric

Freemare
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I water once and a week, and I used a powered fertilizer that you can put in water.

DoubleDogFarm
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Freemare wrote:I water once and a week, and I used a powered fertilizer that you can put in water.
What's in the soil. What is the NPK of the powder fertilizer. Did you water the foliage.

Eric

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DoubleDogFarm wrote:
Freemare wrote:I water once and a week, and I used a powered fertilizer that you can put in water.
What's in the soil. What is the NPK of the powder fertilizer. Did you water the foliage.

Eric
I am not sure whats in it, its a potting soil. I don't have the original tag any more that tells me whats in it. I think some of it did get on the leaves.

Freemare
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I did a little digging and think that I had over fertilized them. So I did the leaching that the website said to do. It said to water the plants several times to help flush it out.

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