The other day, at work, we were discussing the Strawberry festival down the street that we will be attending later. One lady said that she wasn’t going because the seeds in the strawberries got in her teeth, and she added, “They need to figure out how to make seedless strawberries.”
There are currently no seedless strawberries available.
The phenomenon can occur by mutations, as with the naval orange and banana. It can also be achieved through breeding, as with seedless watermelons and seedless grapefruit. Moreover, some species cannot self-pollinate, such as pineapple, either. Often, plants are able to produce seedless fruits by applying plant hormones (auxins, gibberellins, and cytokinins). Using a special product that contains an auxin, home gardeners can get seedless tomatoes.
For a seedless strawberry, the hormone approach would probably be the most direct method, if it would work. By enclosing the plants with insect proof screens, you would prevent pollination of the flowers, which results in seeds. The seeds would then be treated with auxin. Because most of the edible part of the strawberry fruit is derived from the flower receptacle, it is classified as an accessory fruit. What is commonly referred to as the seeds are the real fruits (achenes).
Because strawberry seeds are so small and easily eaten, producing seedless strawberries would not be economically feasible. Seedless fruits are economically important when the seeds are challenging to chew and digest, like grapes, citrus, bananas, and pineapples. Strawberry without seeds.Check out this site.
Can strawberries be seedless?
As we sat here at work, talking about the Strawberry festival down the street that we plan to attend later, one lady said she wasn’t going because the seeds in the strawberries get stuck in her teeth, and she commented, “They need to figure out how to make seedless strawberries,…”
In the late 80’s (early 90’s? I was young at the time), my aunt Marcia developed seedless strawberries at Cornell, but I haven’t found any information about them on the internet. During that time, one of the gardening magazines wrote about it. In fact, they did exist at the time.
How would strawberries reproduce without seeds? If there weren’t seeds, there wouldn’t be any strawberries left in the world. Some plants reproduce by spores, some by seeds.
Learn more. I apologize for not reading your details, but you can get seedless strawberries by removing the seeds first. You have to plant some type of medicine as a seed in the strawberry and as it grows it becomes seedless. Find out where seedless tomatoes come from and the same goes for strawberries
Strawberries are actually regarded as seeds (small yellow/reddish dots on the surface) and the large part we eat (red outside – white inside) is actually the blossom bottom.