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Everbearing Strawberries Not Producing?

My everbearing strawberries are about five years old. For the last three years they have not produced any berries. This year there was not even any flowers on them. The plants are thick but have no fruit.

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By Dorcie H.

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December 4, 20170 found this helpful

They like some fertilizer, but not enough. Make sure they have enough sun and water. They also have to be pollinated, which can't happen if they are grown inside. If they are outside, there is a chance you don't have the right combination of plants. You have to have both male and female plants. It could be that you lost the males or females in the past. So, you could try adding a few more plants and see if that helps.

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You may need more phosphorus in the soil.

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