Strawberry picking may be coming a little early this year.

The up and down weather in June doesn't seem to be affecting the strawberry crop, in fact, the crop has been coming in earlier that usual.

Maine farmers say it's looking good and some strawberry crop have bee coming in 10 days earlier than normal. Each year strawberry farmer go back and forth because of the swing in temperatures and moisture during a three week period in June.

If the weather lines up the fruit lines up and this year it seems things lined up to make this a good season for strawberries. According to pressherald.com strawberries are the first crop fruit crop of the year and usually starts in mid-June and only lasts for about 6 weeks.

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