June Bearing Strawberries

georgeneschreiner(5a)June 22, 2012

This year in my sister's garden, some of stems on her June bearing strawberries became deformed with thick curly sections on their stems. Those plants still had strawberries, but she is concerned that perhaps the plants are diseased and she should remove that section of the strawberry patch before it spreads.

Does anyone have an idea what is going on?

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howelbama(7 NJ)

I think that can be a sign of verticulum wilt. I would do a google search on that for a start.

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