Everbearing strawberries tend to get a little larger from my understanding. Less runners though.
William Bronson wrote: Hmm, I wonder whether a bed with a large oyster mushroom population could counter those nematodes, as they have been shown to actively prey on these worms.
My thoughts exactly, or an extract of exudate from oyster mycelium has also proven effective against nematodes.
Jordan Struck wrote:How does red clover compare to white clover?
As i understand it, white clover has aggressive horizontal stems which encourage a spreading habit and make it more difficult to get rid of once it gets started.
Red clover grows vertical stems from a crown, which die back after being cut or flowering. I'm going to try to grow crimson clover, which has a similar habit to red clover, and salad greens with my ever bearing strawberries this year. The clover tops should be cut off when it starts to flower, or you can let it reseed itself.
Red clover doesn't spread nearly as easily as white, but it does get very tall so I would stay away from it for this purpose. You might want to consider birds foot trefoil if you want a nitrogen fixer...