Content tagged "commercial organic"

Blueberry Insect Pest Identification Guide

Blueberries Updated: December 07, 2015

Prepared by: Denise Attaway and Natalie Hummel  Click here toThe intent of this guide is to inform blueberry producers of all blueberry pests that can attack...

Effect of Mulches on the Establishment of Organically Grown Blueberries in Georgia

Blueberries Updated: August 16, 2013

Learning lesson for organic blueberry production in Georgia.

Keeping Weeds, Pests and Birds Out of Blueberries

Blueberries Updated: January 20, 2012

Keep weeds, pests and birds out of your blueberries for a healthy, more productive blueberry crop.According to David Himelrick of the LSU AgCenter, it is...

Blueberry Blossom Weevil

Blueberries Updated: November 14, 2011

Blueberry Blossom Weevils, also called Cranberry Weevils, are dark reddish beetles with white flecks on their wing covers (elytra). Each weevil has a snout...

Blueberry Stem Gall Wasp

Blueberries Updated: November 14, 2011

Blueberry Stem Gall Wasps are small kidney shaped to irregular spherical growths on the stems of blueberry plants. They range in size from .19 inches to .98...

Blueberry Tip Borer

Blueberries Updated: November 14, 2011

Description: Mostly brown, but each front wing has orange marks near tip and a silver spot along hind margin. Wingspan of 9.5 mm to 14.5 mm. Oviposit on...

Blueberry Flea Beetle

Blueberries Updated: November 14, 2011

  Blueberry Flea Beetle larvae are dark brown, 0.1 inch to 0.4 inch in length, and have three pairs of legs. Pupae are yellow-orange in color and are...

Common Blueberry Insect Pests and Their Control

Blueberries Updated: November 14, 2011

  A small planting of blueberries can provide an ample supply of quality fruit for home use; however, it will probably have insect pest problems. But,...

Blueberry Fertilization

Blueberries Updated: September 15, 2011

Fertilizer is usually applied to blueberries in the spring when growth begins and immediately after harvest. The exception to this is when the fertilizer is...

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