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Use Garden Galore Strawberry Straw to suppress weed growth, conserve soil moisture, protect against frost, and keep fruit clean and healthy. Garden Galore Strawberry Straw also adds nitrogen to the soil as it breaks down.
100% barley straw (may contain barley seeds).
Suitable for six strawberry plants.
- Suppresses weed growth
- Conserves soil moisture
- Protects against frost
- Adds nitrogen to the soil as it breaks down
- Promotes healthy fruit growth
- Suitable for six strawberry plants
Directions for use
- Prepare soil for mulching by removing any weeds.
- Break off large handfuls of Garden Galore Strawberry Straw and loosen to expand.
- Place around plants as required to a depth of approximately 50mm.
- Be careful not to leave the mulch touching the trunk/stem of the plants as this can cause rot.
- Water thoroughly and watch your strawberries grow and flourish!
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