Strawberries

Pollination can improve strawberry quality and shape

Strawberries are aggregate fruits. They have multiple ovules per receptacle where the fruit is formed. The strawberry receptacle may have up to 500 ovules per berry. You will see these as “seeds” on the outside... more »

California strawberry supply hits peak production, Naturipe says

California strawberries are in peak production with the high-quality and flavorful berries consumers expect from Naturipe. Peak volumes are starting now and expected to last through June. This season, Naturipe Farms is set to have... more »

Pink-A-Boo Pineberries “taking TikTok by storm”

Wish Farms, an international grower and year-round marketer of strawberries, blueberries, blackberries, raspberries and pineberries, is sharing the latest on Pink-A-Boo Pineberries. “Our newest berry is experiencing an exceptional amount of buzz, living up to... more »

Demand moving in positive direction for US strawberries, report finds

A new report from RaboResearch identifies short-term and long-term trends in the U.S. strawberry market. "Strawberry Demand Moving in the Rip Direction identifies several current conditions in the industry, including the following: Although some consider... more »

Commercial strawberry indoor vertical farm planned by Driscoll’s, Plenty

One year after announcing their joint research and development work to grow strawberries indoors, Driscoll's and Plenty Unlimited Inc. are expanding their relationship to build a new indoor vertical farm dedicated exclusively to strawberries. After... more »

Save Foods’ latest trial boosts shelf life of strawberries

A recent trial on strawberries from Save Foods revealed promising results whereby Save Foods’ research and development team managed to dramatically extend the shelf life of strawberries. Save Foods is an agri-food tech company specializing... more »

Protect strawberry flowers and fruit from frost injury

Recent frosts at the Cal Poly farm in San Luis Obispo, California, has brought frost injury in all its variety. According to the Compendium of Strawberry Diseases “frost injury is probably the most common non-pathogen... more »

Major marketing campaign launched by California Strawberries

In time for National Strawberry Day, California Strawberries is set to amplify strawberries and their many health benefits via the new year-long, consumer-focused campaign ‘Love, Strawberries.’ Inspired by the love and the care the heart-healthy... more »

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