Why strawberry experts are hoping to serve up an Ace

The plant’s construction offers a further advantage, too. Because the Ace grows in a way that sends leaves to the top and fruit toward the bottom, it’s much easier for bees to access the flowers to pollinate them. The berries then grow on individual shoots, rather than in a cluster, which makes the harvesting process simpler.

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