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Home  >  Horticultural Crops  >   Blueberries: Organic Production (Summary)

Blueberries: Organic Production


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By George L. Kuepper and Steve Diver

Published 2004

Updated 2004

© NCAT

IP021

26 pages


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Introduction

Blueberries are the most widely grown fruit crop in the U.S. Blueberries are well-suited to organic culture, and good markets exist for organically grown blueberries. This production guide addresses key aspects of organic blueberry production, including soils and fertility, cultural considerations, pests, and diseases, as well as marketing. Additional resources are provided for further investigation.

Table of Contents

Introduction
Choosing a Variety
Soils and Fertility
Cultural Considerations
Insect Pests
Diseases
Bird and Rodent Control
Marketing
Economics
Photo Credits
References
Additional Resources
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Note: Digital downloads are in full color. Printed, mailed copies are only available in black & white.

 

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