At Biringer Farms in Arlington, strawberry picker Camilo Dominguez fills up a flat full of strawberries while lying down in a solar-powered picking assistant machine. Biringer tried out the individual picking assistants for the first time about two years ago and now has a fleet of 10. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

At Biringer, workers harvest strawberries on their bellies

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