A bowl of berries is a treat for the eye as well as a delight for the palate. But these tasty little morsels happen to be quite tricky to grow, harvest, and handle. These crops tend to have brief growing seasons and are vulnerable to insects, disease, and even birds, so ARS scientists have given them lots of attention. Take strawberries. In the 1950's, ARS actually saved the strawberry industry in the Great Lakes region when we released the first varieties that could survive red stele, a root-rotting fungus. We're also old hands at strawberry breeding. ARS came up with such June-bearing favorites as Earliglow, a sweet and juicy berry with a wonderful flavor. We've also bred berries that bear fruit from spring until well into the fall like...
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