Strawberry Plants


Anonymous added on June 23, 2015 | Answered

For 25 years I have grown strawberries in the same bed with a lot of success. Last year for the first time some of the plants produced lots of tiny berries and masses of very thin tendrils, in effect reverting to wild. I dug up and disposed of as many as I could but they are back and worse this year, spreading across the bed with their tiny red barely edible berries. How do I get rid of them?

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Answered on June 24, 2015

This article should help, whether it's for wild strawberries or cultivated strawberry fruit:

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