Newly discovered strawberry variety may prove fruitful for breeders

Earlier this month, the USDA-ARS reported the discovery of a novel strawberry species in the Cascade Mountains of Oregon. Named Fragaria cascadensis, this species is decaploid, with fruit set in mid- to late July and ripening in August. While most commercially-produced strawberries are hybrids of...

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