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The following is a self guided video course on the basics of commercial blueberry
production. The four classes cover the major management activities and crop developments
that happen in each season of the year. Follow along to learn how to set up, manage
and grow your blueberry operation.
These recordings were made as a part of the Arkansas Blueberry school, a three part
class held in Bentonville and Clarksville Arkansas in 2019. Funding was provided by
the Southern Region Small Fruit Consortium.
Blueberry Cultivars for the Southeastern U.S.-Bill Cline, North Carolina State University
Blueberry Site Preparation and Establishment- Bill Cline, North Carolina State University
Back to Basics: Insect ID, Biology, and Management in Southeastern Blueberries- Dr.
Hannah Burrack, North Carolina State University
Blueberry Disease Management- Bill Cline, North Carolina State University
Blueberry Weed Control- Ryan Neal, University of Arkansas Cooperative Extension Service
Blueberry Drip Irrigation- Ryan Neal, University of Arkansas Cooperative Extension
Blueberry Freeze Protection- Bill Cline, North Carolina State University
Blueberry Pruning- Bill Cline, North Carolina State University
Blueberry Economics: A Grower Perspective- Ryan Neal, University of Arkansas Cooperative
Economic Considerations for Blueberry Production in the Southeast