Hydroponic strawberry production is a type of intensive, soil-less farming that allows you to grow strawberries in a controlled environment using nutrient-rich solutions instead of soil. The best variety of strawberries to grow in a hydroponic system will depend on your specific goals and market. Here are a few factors to consider when selecting a variety for hydroponic strawberry production:

  1. Climate: Choose a variety that is well-suited to your local climate and growing conditions. For example, some varieties may be more cold-tolerant or heat-tolerant than others.
  2. Disease resistance: Strawberries are susceptible to a number of diseases, such as verticillium wilt and strawberry mosaic virus. Choose a variety that is resistant to these diseases to reduce the risk of crop loss.
  3. Yield: Select a variety that is known for its high yield, so you can maximize your production and profitability.
  4. Flavor and sweetness: The flavor and sweetness of strawberries can vary greatly between varieties. Taste test different varieties to determine which ones are most popular with your target market.
  5. Size and shape: The size and shape of strawberries can also vary between varieties. Consider the preferences of your target market when choosing a variety.

Some popular varieties of strawberries for hydroponic production include the Albion, Chandler, and San Andreas. It is always a good idea to consult with local experts, such as extension agents or experienced hydroponic growers, to determine the best variety for your specific situation.