Growing Your Own Hydroponic Strawberries At Home: Suggestions And Tips

The majority of people love strawberries.  If you do too then don’t want to wait till the summer to eat strawberries……when hydroponics strawberries are an easy option.

With a hydroponic system, strawberries can be grown any time. So even if it is winter a hydroponic system ensures proper growth of the plants for high quality produce and yields.

By choosing ever-bearing strawberries which are day neutral you can grow strawberries in the garden, on a terrace or even indoors with hydroponics.

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Hydroponic Strawberries – It IS Becoming More Popular

Growing strawberries indoors is definitely new for people. You may be thinking indoor gardening is a mess, with the soil and stains on the floor etc…..

However, indoor gardening has never been so simple, easy and hassle free. Hydroponic methods of growing crops have been around since the 1960’s and with commercial successes too.

Hydroponic cultivation makes it easy to grow strawberries indoors without the need for soil filled pots. All you need is a small area where you can install a hydroponic system and a little free time.

When you have decided to choose hydroponics as the method to grow your strawberries, it’s just a question of getting the very basic kit you need to get started.

Hydroponic Strawberries – Getting Started

Once you have the kit, you need to get to select some young strawberry plants from your local garden centre. Then wash the roots to clear off any mud sticking to them.

Then using your hydroponic system, grow the plants which will flower and then yield fruits (much faster then using conventional soil methods).
Hydroponic StrawberriesStrawberries need sunlight for a minimum of  7 hours a day. If that isn’t possible you can  compensate for the sunlight using full spectrum fluorescent lighting.

You may grow Tioga and Shasta varieties profusely with hydroponics. Strawberries grow well in temperate climates, with their cool winters and warm ending summers.

Strawberries grow best in the open air so if grown indoors you should make sure they get sufficient ventilation.

Strawberries grown hydroponically can grow 2 times faster than using conventional methods as they get the right amounts of water, oxygen and nutrients direct to the roots.

Hydroponic Strawberries – What About The Taste?

Strawberries grown on hydroponic systems are comparable to the soil grown ones with respect to their taste and acidity. So will still be the delicious fruit that makes your mouth water and leave you wanting more.

Home hydroponic systems are available in various sizes from fitting on a windowsill to as big as to fill a whole room of your home. These systems let you grow large number of plants in a very little space.

For strawberries, the temperature of the environment is very important. The system Get Your Free Hydroponic Strawberries Guide Click Here Nowshould be set as per the needs of the variety you choose. A general rule of thumb though is between 57-70 degrees Fahrenheit.

Maintaining the pH in the range of 5.8 and 6.2 is ideal. Strawberries grow very well in natural nutrient solutions, with or without organic enzymes that catalyse their growth and yield.

For more about Hydroponic Strawberries….get our FREE introductory guide!

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9 Responses to Growing Your Own Hydroponic Strawberries At Home: Suggestions And Tips

  1. Amos says:

    Hi, how long do these strawberries take to mature, is the the same duration as when groown on soil?

  2. Hydroponic Strawberries says:

    When strawberries are grown hydroponically they can grow up to 2x as fast as they are getting the nutrients, sunlight and water they need at all times. Plus there isn’t the weeding too.

    Manual labour to grow these strawberries can be reduced by as much as 40% compared to using soil as your medium.

  3. Hydroponic Strawberries says:

    By the way if you have any more questions people, please feel free to leave a comment. I will endeavour to answer them and help as much as I can.

  4. Rishi says:

    Hi, thanks for all the useful info. I am building a vertical hydroponic tower and i have a few questions:
    1. How much space should i leave between two plants?
    2.Should i stop nutrients a few days before harvest?

    Thats all for now.
    Many thanks

  5. Andy Whitchurch says:

    Many thanks for the free strawberry guide and your mention of Aquaponics,my strawberries are currently growing in our Aquaponics system.

  6. Cam says:

    I have strawberries growing indoors in hydroponic growing medium, chunk coco-fiber. The problem is tiny flying gnat-like bugs have also moved in. I’ve tried setting tiny bowls of vinegar/lemon juice/water/dish soap mixture and at first it caught quite a few. I don’t know if I mixed the wrong amount of replacement ingredients, but the bugs are everywhere and no longer drowning in the bowls. I’ve tried using white vinegar in one bowl and cider vinegar in the other, since I was guess. Maybe if I knew the necessary amount of ingredients it would help. Or maybe there is something all together different that would work better. The Gnats are getting out of hand. Anyway, can you help?

  7. Marcella says:

    I want to keep my strawberries for next year so get the more abundant fruiting. How do you overwinter your outdoor strawberries? Do you take them out of the cup and plant them in the dirt? or leave them in the cups?

  8. Hydroponic Strawberries says:

    Sorry I haven’t replied sooner people.

    I will now go away and write up some more articles to answer your questions.

    If you have these questions then many more will have them too.

    Watch this space.

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