2. Watering Right
Watering is one of the most essential parts of getting initial plant growth started no matter what you might be planting, and the watering phase is also what inspires new plant growth from there. Berries are one of the juiciest fruits out there, and this should already be an indication for newer gardeners that they are going to require a bit more water than some of their counterparts – but this doesn’t mean you should overwater them, either.
Strawberries should ideally be given water up to twice per week, with adjustments to either more or less frequent depending on factors like the climate you’re growing them in as well as the type of soil they’ve been planted in. Rainy climates means less water, hotter climates means more – but never water during the hotter parts of the day or you risk burning the plant with a “magnifying glass” effect which can cause a lot of damage.