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I have some starterplant and would like to place them to soil,can it work aun how?you know sometimes you want to put in some newones but you dont want to trow away the allready nice ones.

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I transplanted strawberries that weren't doing well in my system back into the garden, so in my experience, yes, you can.

Hello Daniel

just in soil or other matters and are there still alive?

Yes, I moved them from an aeroponic aquaponic assemblage into the soil, and yes, they are still alive, although hibernating now for winter, the strawberries were very productive in the summer.

alfred leslie goeltinger said:

Hello Daniel

just in soil or other matters and are there still alive?

Yep, I vote with Daniel.  It can be done successfully.  You will increase your success by keeping them covered (i.e. out of the sun) for the first several days until they can develop some tougher root systems and keep them well watered.

As Sylvia says.  I often root cuttings in Aquaponic and then transplant to soil.  Just gotta baby them a bit in soil till they get settled.

I root cuttings in my system and plant them in soil on a regular basis.

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