In spring everyone is looking forward to finally being able to go back into the garden and watch the plants grow. And you look forward to the first fruits of the year, that strawberries, Those who have them in their own garden can then snack on them for at least four to often even eight weeks. The longer strawberries on one Location grow, the less yield they can bring.
On the one hand, this is due to the so-called soil fatigue, which can also occur with roses - and that includes strawberries, too - but on the other, it is also due to the fact that the plants simply get too old.
In these cases, you should do the following:
Dissolve the bed by throwing away the old plants. Ideally, take daughter plants from the runners, which often appear very lush, and place them elsewhere in the garden. This creates a new bed on new soil with new plants.
Alternatively, you can of course buy new plants. This way you will get a lavish harvest the following year.