Since I live in an area that is the largest producer of strawberries
(Monterey County), can anyone tell me just what is C. cayetanenis? Also,
if C.cayetanenis is under the skin of the fruit, why won't washing help?
There are a lot of misconceptions out here, and I would like some
information about this problem if there are any.
BTW, how big is C. cayetanenis in microns and is there a micron filter
that will remove C. cayetanenis from the water?
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