Grow Blueberries in Containers

For people with too much alkaline in their soils, Vijai Pandian, a horticultural agent for the Brown County University of Wisconsin-Extension, says one alternate option is to prepare a ready-made, acid soil mixture and grow blueberries in containers. Read his column here.


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2 Responses to “Grow Blueberries in Containers”

  1. Blueberry Boy Says:

    Wow, growing them in a container, thats a good idea. I have seen a lot about growing blueberries lately. There’s some as seen on TV company that is advertising alot. Perhaps this would be the solution for those without the right soil?

    • allaboutblueberries Says:

      It would, Blueberry Boy. If you’re thinking about growing blueberries in containers, check with your local Cooperative Extension county agent to find out if they have information that can help you. We’re launching a Web site in August devoted to blueberries. The site will contain research-based information provided by the LSU AgCenter, and Mississippi State University, Auburn University, North Carolina State University Cooperative Extension Services, the USDA and more. I’ll post an announcement on this blog once the site is up and let everyone know how to get to it. Thanks for your interest!!

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