I do get misunderstood, but I disagree , and agree I do think many variables play a part here.
I do like Natives , and the the native Pollinator, & ecology they provide for.
There’s many strawberries for a reason , and I could have commented on how I personally feel,
but I do not have time for all that.
I do feel it is good to keep plants in there wild state as well as it always good for local flora, and fauna , and I do think the little ones are pretty good as well (I think we used to have some fraises)
I will copy & paste some facts , and a question
Do you like Getting strawberries Through out the season is a easy one ?
All through breeding from different environmental conditions from Sub species.
(even limes or lemons have like a few percentage of wild in them, but it contributes flavor I believe)
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The researchers will also be looking for new sources of the day-neutral habit that keeps today’s cultivars bearing fruit in cycles throughout the growing season. Until the late 1970s, commercial plants fruited for only a few weeks each season. Then Royce Bringhurst of the University of California at Davis collected a subspecies of F. virginiana that blooms out of season in Utah’s Wasatch Range. Genes from that mountain clone revolutionized the industry.
I also see a Use for berries or genes that have no benefit if it helps with research understanding Genes.
I can see a problem with some things though like bringing unwanted traits to a native species
So Yes I understand it is not so Simple, but there should be a reasoning behind a objection which you provided, so many Great tasting strawberries, and I thought I should say what I had to say, but yes it’s more complicated then that.