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Strawberry season: a matter of time

Strawberries from Dick's Market Garden in Lunenberg. Native berries are ripening at many Massachusetts farms. Strawberries from Dick's Market Garden in Lunenberg. Native berries are ripening at many Massachusetts farms. (JOANNE RATHE/GLOBE STAFF)
By Diana Burrell
Globe Correspondent / June 13, 2007

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April may be the cruelest month, but talk to local strawberry growers and they'll assure you that May runs a close second. Unseasonably cool, wet springs in recent years have the season in flux. This May, it was the rain that left farmers guessing. (Full article: 449 words)

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