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Tips and tricks for various summer fruits

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Strawberries

Strawberries can be grown in all parts of the state and have been an important crop for many years. In the home garden they are not a simple operation.

Gardeners must control diseases, insects, weeds and birds. The plants must be planted correctly in a well-prepared site.

Harvesting normally begins in mid-March and lasts six to eight weeks.

Some popular varieties are Strawberry Festival, Radiance, Camarosa, Camino Real and Chandler. A major source of crop failure is crown rot.

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