WHAT IS THE BEST FORECROP FOR STRAWBERRIES? AFTER WHICH CROPS IT IS BETTER NOT TO PLANT STRAWBERRIES?

Annual legumes (peas, beans, but also lupins, broad beans and vetches), root vegetables (carrots, celery, parsley, beetroot) will be a good forecrop; larger plantations should be planted with. After cereals, faba bean, rapeseed or mustard. Ideal forecrops (for phytosanitary reasons) are velvet and buckwheat. We do not recommend planting strawberries after strawberries. It is advisable to plant after tomatoes, potatoes, tobacco, cucumbers, raspberries and brassicas (cabbage, cauliflower, broccoli). It is also not advisable to plant strawberries after maize, which is the host of nematodes damaging the root system, and, because of the possibility of the presence of large numbers of larvae of swellings, scab and wireworms,after perennial legumes (clover, lucerne) as well as after pastures.

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