The strawberry ripening season is in late spring and early summer, and usually the results start in late February, and in late May, the fruit is fully ripe.
Strawberries taste sour and sweet, and high nutritional value, rich in vitamins, welcomed by many consumers. So what season fruit are strawberries? Let’s learn more about it.
The most suitable temperature for strawberry growth is between 20 and 26 degrees. In late May, due to the increase in temperature, the fruit ripens faster.
Strawberries generally like a warm and cool climate. If the buds are at a temperature of 10 degrees, freezing damage will occur. In early summer, strawberries need to be shaded.
Strawberry is a light-loving plant, but it can grow normally in a cool environment, but the environment where the light is too weak is not good for strawberry growth.
The soil is fertile or acidic and alkaline, conducive to the growth of strawberries. But the sticky heavy soil, not suitable for cultivation of strawberries.
In order to make strawberries available as soon as possible, some merchants in the market will ripen strawberries. After ripening strawberries, the shape is relatively large and irregular, and even hollow.