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I planted strawberries last spring, this year they look wonderful, full, gave me a nice amt of berries this last month (they are june-bearing). My problem is when I planted them, I probably planted them too close together and I never kept them in rows. So now my bed is full of strawberry plants. Yesterday I tried to pull some plants out in the middle and transplant them into an adjoining space, but they are really packed in there. My question is, should I leave them the way they are and chalk it up to lesson-learned, or should I run a tiller straight down them and recreate the rows, and if so, should I do that now or wait until next spring? I'm afraid the overcrowding might eventually kill off my bed.