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Workers quickly picking strawberries in Eric Morrow’s field near Ponchatoula. Growers say they have been slowly ramping up production since around Thanksgiving.
—LSU AgCenter Photos/Johnny Morgan

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Fresh strawberries have been slowly coming in for the past two months. But growers say that will increase soon if they can avoid extremely low January temperatures.

LSU AgCenter: Strawberry crop coming early, looking good

BATON ROUGE — Despite the recent cold snap, Louisiana strawberries are coming in at a steady clip.

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