Choose a plot where the wind is leeward, warm and cool, and easy to manage as a storage site. The main method for storing strawberry seedlings in general is to sand and dig fake trenches in an appropriate location at the storage site. The false planting trench is an east-west direction. The false planting trench is 60 to 80 cm wide and 30 to 40 cm deep. Generally, after the seedlings are placed, the leaves can be flush with the ground. If the strawberry seedlings are tall, the false planting groove can be deepened appropriately. Fine soil or fine sand can be left at the bottom of the ditch. An appropriate distance should be left between false trenches to facilitate seedling collection and management. Generally, a distance of 5 to 6 meters between false trenches is advisable. Stored strawberry seedlings are placed in rows one by one in bundles in the ditch, then the root system is filled with fine sand, and another row of stored seedlings is placed. The fake planting trenches are filled in order, the gaps are filled with fine soil or fine sand, and the strawberry seedlings are covered with straw. When the soil is frozen, cover the strawberry seedlings with false grooves with mulch film and cover the grass with a thickness of about 20 to 25 cm. Then sprinkle a small amount of water on the grass to moisturize and keep warm. A wind barrier is set up with straw at the windward surface of the fake planting ditch 30 to 50 cm from the ditch.