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Recent research carried out under the auspices of a USDA organic transition grant resulted in a better understanding of the interaction of wild blueberry production tactics such as pruning method, soil pH reduction by sulfur (S) application, and organic fertilizer rates on wild blueberry growth, development, and yield. This bulletin is the product of what we have learned over the past four years of this research project.
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Maine Agricultural and Forest Experiment Station
blueberries, organic farming, weed control, blueberry diseases, blueberry pests
Agriculture | Agronomy and Crop Sciences | Fruit Science
Drummond, F., J. Smagula, S. Annis, and D. Yarborough. 2009. Organic wild blueberry production. Maine Agricultural and Forest Experiment Station Bulletin 852.