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I have cinch bug. i used nematods for the last few years. Now i have strawberry runners growing where the cinch bug was. Ive tried over seeding the strawberries keep going. Should I add lime to the soil.? If so is it to late to lime now? It is getting warm now.
 
                    
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Hi,

It's a little difficult to understand what the problem is.  Is it that you don't want your strawberries spreading?  Can't you simply pull them up?
 
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Yeah ...  not sure what the goals here are.  Strawberries probably are not going to like the lime.  But maybe that's what you are shooting for?
 
                                
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At the price of strawberries i would let them grow LOL
You can always cut the runners and plant them somewhere else to make a new plant.
 
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