Santa Maria and Oxnard, California have received 0.50”- 0.75” of rain over the past 24 hours. Another storm is forecast for tonight December 2 through Sunday December 4.
To highlight the benefits of dynamic lighting for Québec horticultural businesses, Investissement Québec, as an agent of the Québec government, has granted Sollum Technologies $350,000 in funding for a technological showcase involving a novel strawberry research trial in partnership with SAVOURA.
Markon Cooperative released the following crop update. California strawberry quality continues to recover after heavy rainfall in all California growing regions. Expect to see quality challenges and elevated markets for the next 7-10 days.
A $1 million dollar grant has been awarded to the Cal Poly San Luis Obispo (Cal Poly) Strawberry Center to research methods to combat soil-borne diseases that harm strawberry plants.
AppHarvest, Inc. today opened its Somerset, Ky., 30-acre high-tech indoor farm that will grow strawberries and cucumbers and confirmed it has begun commercial shipments of strawberries.
The new berries are grown in an 80 Acres Farms facility in Cincinnati and are launching at Dorothy Lane Market locations this fall.
Strawberry demand remains strong, and California growers may not be able to keep up with it thanks to recent weather problems.
There’s nothing sweeter than strawberry season. That’s why strawberries are one of the most popular fruits in Canada with the average Canadian consuming around three kilograms annually.
Global energy markets are on edge, and any move in the wrong (or right) direction will significantly affect fresh produce markets.
California Giant Berry Farms, a leader in fresh sustainable berries, today shared a strawberry crop update, forecasting for giant volumes of organic and conventionally grown strawberries ahead.