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Agricultural Extension Service, South Dakota State College of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts
You have probably ordered your plants by this time and would, undoubtedly, want to know how much ground to prepare for them. In speaking of strawberry beds we will use the square rods as the unit area. The number of plants necessary for a square rod of ground depends entirely upon the planting system you choose to use. There are three common systems of planting and training strawberry beds, namely, (1) the hill system, (2) the hedge row system, (3) and the matted row system. These are taken up separately below. (See more in text).
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Ford, A., "Planting the Strawberry Bed" (1922). SDSU Extension Circulars. 97.