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Old March 22, 2016   #11
Starlight
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I know it is a pain, but since you did have a rotten, mushy plant, you might want to repot very carefully the other plants. If your afraid to do that, gently dig a little bit of soil away from the crowns on the other plants, so that they can fully dry out, so that maybe it will help kill some of the fungal/bacterial parts from the infected plant.

Yep, strawberries always seen to do better the second year. If your plant starts making runners, just get you some baby pots and lay the plantlets on top of the soil and I use a bobby pin to hold them in place til they root good then cut em loose from the momma.
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