Just a suggestion. nearly every university has a state specific growing guide. Normally included ate the known varietyies for the different areas, the prep, the planting schedule, harvest schedule. Its what the old timers use in assocation with the farmers almanac. My pop is 90 years old and the farmers almanac, the seed catalogs, and his LSU planters guide are still what he never missed reading. This is what I found for you locally, but I imagine it looks like they want you to order and pay for the pamplets. <shrugs>
here is what we have. You probably have the same thing I just am not digging in the right place.
County agents, unless you are commercial or a great buddy, here what happens. The new strawberry plants the roots are dying off what do you recommend? Well what do you think it is? I would guess root rot. Well let me take some and we will send them in for testing at the state ag center. 6 weeks later you get a letter from the universtity ag dept. It looks like root rot to us. Enclosed is an invoice for the testing for 75.00. We hope this helps you with your problem.
LOL Ka-pow! Straight to the moon!
Try you local farmers market, listen to them, don't run in asking for help. Farmers share most when you don't ask.
You can also ask your local nurseries, they are usually owned or managed by someone knowledgable with a degree and common sense. They can tell you alot.