Blueberry

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    Enormous blueberries full of flavor! Starting mid-summer the 5 to 6' upright bushes produce bountiful yields of...
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    Zones 3-7. A cross between native lowbush and highbush blueberries, this Michigan State University release is just...
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    Very hardy, highly productive. Slightly spreading plants with an upright, open habit. Grows 4-5 feet tall and...
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Blueberries require a loose, highly organic and acidic soil with pH of 4.5 to 5.0, planted in a full sun location. Plant two or more varieties for successful pollination. Plants will usually produce fruit in 2 to 3 years from planting. If soil pH has not already been lowered at time of planting, amend soil with Hi-Yield® Aluminum Sulfate (51142). In mid-summer, after harvest, apply soil sulfur mixed with organic compost as a loose top-dressing around each plant to help maintain low soil pH. Fertilize plants twice a year. Apply 1/2 feeding in spring prior to blooming and second 1/2 after fruit set. For establishing healthy plants, remove all first-year blooms if produced.

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