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Blueberry Gardening Resources:
U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA): The USDA has a wealth of information on blueberries, from nutrition to cultivating your own plants.
U.S. Highbush Blueberry Council: This is a consortium of blueberry growers, marketers, and importers in North and South America. They collaborate to promote the growth and well-being of the blueberry industry. Get information about blueberries from farm to table here.
New Jersey Agriculture Experiment Station: NJAES is a component of Rutgers University. The experiment station conducts research and education programs that benefit students, farmers, and home gardeners. You’ll find a lot of detailed information here, including tips on planting, pollinating, and pruning. They also publish The Blueberry Bulletin during the growing season. It’s a weekly update for blueberry growers.
University of Maine: This is a great resource for folks who live in regions where wild (lowbush) blueberries grow. Get the lowdown on nurturing the lowbush blueberry, from seed to table.