GROWING REGIONS

GROWING REGIONS

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SUB-TROPICAL

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SUB-TROPICAL

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TEMPERATE

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TEMPERATE

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TEMPERATE

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TEMPERATE

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TEMPERATE

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SUB-TROPICAL

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MEDITERRANEAN

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SUB-TROPICAL

  • The sub-tropical growing regions in Australia are the Wide Bay area, the coastal areas of Southeast Queensland, and the coastal areas of mid-coast NSW
  • Varieties suited to sub-tropical growing regions can also be grown in the Wanneroo area north of Perth in WA
  • Strawberries are grown here during the southern hemisphere winter season with planting taking place in March-April and fruit production generally spanning from May to October
  • The temperate growing regions in Australia are Tasmania, Victoria, South Australia, the Granite Belt region of Queensland and Southwest WA
  • Strawberries are grown here during the southern hemisphere summer season with fruit production generally spanning from October to April
  • The Mediterranean growing region in Australia is north of Perth in the Wanneroo area of WA
  • Strawberries are grown here during the southern hemisphere winter season with fruit production generally spanning from May to December