Beginning in mid-summer, blueberry bushes should be inspected every two weeks. Clusters of older larvae are usually quite visible feeding on the terminal leaves. Since infestations tend to be localized and readily detected in the field, growers can …
The articles listed in this category are for commercial blueberry growers
interested in using conventional methods.
The Alabama Cooperative Extension Service list nurseries that sell blueberry plants in Regional Plant Nurseries .This site lists regional plant nurseries in Alabama, Georgia, and the region offering Native Plants. Many of these nurseries are wholesale only, but you …
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The intent of this guide is to inform blueberry producers of all blueberry pests that can attack blueberry crops in the United States. Pests may be different depending on …
In this video, David Himelrick of the LSU AgCenter explains the difference in obtaining and planting bare root blueberry plants and containerized blueberry plants.
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Craig Gautreaux, LSU AgCenter…
A Northern Highbush Cultivar
- Ripens in the early season.
- Plants are moderately vigorous, upright.
- Moderately productive.
- Fruit are medium in size.
- Moderately firm, are light blue in color.
- Fairly small picking scar.
- Susceptible to stem blight in North Carolina.
Familiar blueberries and their lesser-known wild relatives are safeguarded by U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) scientists and curators at America’s official blueberry gene bank. The plants, collected from throughout the United States and more than two dozen foreign countries, are …
Learning lesson for organic blueberry production in Georgia.
This self-directed course teaches about using mulch in organic blueberry production in Georgia. It addresses primary problems including; insect control, disease control and weed control, as well as, fertilizers used at the …