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Organic blueberries oftensell for a premium of about 20% or more over conventional blueberries. Organic farmers are required to follow an ecological soil management program and are restricted in their use of chemicals to naturally derived fertilizers and pesticides.
109 Introduct Ion Blueberries are grown throughout the Mid-Atlantic region. A large, well-organized blueberry industry is located in New Jersey where "berryland soils," a type of soil made up primarily of sand and a small amount of organic matter, are found.
Bernadine C. Strik, Extension berry crops professor, Oregon State University EC 1304—Revised March 2008 u $1.50 Growing highbush or cultivated blueberries can be very rewarding.
Agriculture and Natural Resources FSA6104 Blueberry Production int heH ome Gard en M. Elena Garcia Associate Professor Horticulture ArkansasIs OurCampus Visit our web site at: http://www.uaex. edu Blueberries can be successfully grown in all parts of Arkansas.
Blueberries should not be allowed to bear fruit until their third or fourth leaf. Although blueberries will flower in their second leaf, allowing them to bear fruit at this time is detrimental to the health of the plant, and often results in the plant becoming out of balance.
In the PLANTS database, plants known as "highbush" blueberries are actually a group of interrelated species. Hybrids are often used in commercial fruit production.
Reviewed 4/01 Purdue University Cooperative Extension Service Page 1 of 2 Fruit • HO-65-W Department of Horticulture Purdue University Cooperative Extension Service • West Lafayette, IN Blueberry plants require specialized soils and sites for best growth and plant development.
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*Introduction The highbush blueberry ( Vaccinium corymbosum L . ) has become a popular fruit with both consumers and growers in Missouri. The cultivated highbush blueberry is a perennial woody, deciduous shrub that attains a height of five to ten feet.