Strawberries have a relatively small root ball and can be grown in containers as small as 10 to 12 inches in diameter and 8 inches deep. However, the smaller the container, the more frequently you will need to water.
I bought this for my first garden bed this year (2021) and put too much trust in the label saying it was garden-ready. These bags were literally all mulch, and I can't seem to add fertilizer frequently enough to balance out the nitrogen loss. Everything is yellowing and stunted. Wish I'd just mixed the soil myself.
no sure but do not think so.
I would not recommend this for indoor growing. The product is primarily wood shredding pieces. It needs to be mixed with native soil. Even then it is of marginal use. You need indoor potting soil.
To me 33 pounds
Mix in with the soils . It’s no problem to do that with any of there soils
Can you use this for indoor container planting?
Approx 24-30 quarts depending on how you pack down the soil
No white paint chips in this product/