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A “berry” good season in store for strawberry crops

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Warmer weather has helped one of Florida’s largest strawberry producers kick off a good season.  Bradford County Extension Agent Jim Divelario says the county is looking forward to what the crops are bringing this year.

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He says while the weather does help, most credit should go to the strawberry growers who work hard for a good yield.

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