Growing Strawberry Plants

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08 Mar 18 Julie (New Zealand - sub-tropical climate)
How long do you keep strawberry plants growing. Mine are about three years old now, do they need replacing?
23 May 20 Allan (New Zealand - cool/mountain climate)
Yes, second season is always best crop, third season is ok. Replace with runners and plantlets from your current bed as they are tuned to your area. Past three years plants don’t produce as well.
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