Strawberry harvest may break records
FRESNO, Calif. (KFSN) -- It could be a record-breaking year for strawberry growers.
Farmers are just about halfway through their harvest, and they say they could be headed toward record production. The main reason is their harvest avoided severe trouble from springtime rain -- something that brought down last year's final crop.
The strawberry harvest will be concentrated along the Central California coast now that the Southern California harvest is winding down.
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