Strawberry Season Begins in Southwestern Wisconsin

By: WSAW Staff
By: WSAW Staff

Strawberry farmers in southwestern Wisconsin say they’re ready to start picking strawberries.

During an interview with WEAU-TV, Jon Jolivette, owner of Jolivette Family Farms in West Salem says the season is starting about 10 days earlier than usual. He also says lack of a spring frost is to credit for larger berries this season.

Jolivette says the strawberry season typically lasts about three weeks.

Click here to watch the story from WEAU-TV.


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