Runner plants of everbearing strawberries?
This web site, http://www.nal.usda.gov/pgdic/Strawberry/book/bokelev.htm
apparently USDA, says that for Ozark Beauty, "Mother plant very productive, runner plants usually produce no berries."
1) I've read that some everbearers produce fruit on unrooted runners. Does this statement mean that A) unrooted runners won't fruit? Or does this statement mean that B) even rooted plants that were grown from runners won't fruit?
2) If it means that even rooted plants that were grown from runners won't fruit, is that common among other everbearing strawberries?