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you shouldn't have to cut strawberries back at all. just trim off any runners and plant them for future berries. I live where strawberries grow wild and they are very prolific plants and can handle being covered in snow. I would say just mulch them and leave them be other than the trimming of runners.
the crazy things grow in my lawn and get mowed, they do love sandy soil best.
 

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it was the maturity of the plants they reach peak at 3 years then slowly fall off after that but when you trim the runners off and plant the baby strawberry plants you can replenish your stock of mature plants yearly.
 
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