It is obtained from Silifke Strawberry, Camarose, Rubygem and Sabrina varieties. Silifke Strawberry features; Medium and large size, bright red color, hard fruit flesh, resistant to transportation, round and conical shape, average fruit weight is between 30-50 g. The soil where Silifke Strawberry is grown was formed by soil particles brought by Göksu River from the inner regions. Most of the region consists of alluvial land. The Göksu Delta Region, which forms the richest foothills of the Taurus Mountains, consists of sandy, clayey and calcareous soils between stony, limestone places and valleys that are not deep and surrounded by hills. alluvial soils; It consists of clay sand and gravel. In the areas close to the sea coast, the sand has gained the characteristics of a swamp.
Silifke Strawberry belongs to the group of berry fruits. The fruit is not a real fruit, but the edible part is the flower tray where about 40-60 pistils meet. Silifke Strawberry is a herbaceous plant with superficial root structure. Its roots can go down to 60-70 cm in well-drained soils. In heavy soils, the roots grow horizontally. There are two production methods in Silifke Strawberry production, namely open production and greenhouse production. There are 4 planting times in Silifke Strawberry cultivation: spring planting, winter planting, summer planting and autumn planting. It is necessary to be very meticulous in the skin, packaging and transportation of Silifke Strawberry. Packaging containers should not be overfilled, fruits should not be pressed and compressed. Packaging containers larger than half a kilo should not be used in the packaging of Silifke Strawberry. Packaging containers must be perforated so that the juice of the crushed fruit can flow out. Otherwise, the fruits on the underside will rot immediately. Silifke Strawberry can be stored for 5-7 days under 0ºC and 90-95% humidity conditions.