Blueray: An early mid season berry. It ripens a few days ahead of Bluecrop. The fruit is very large and firm, but softens quickly which limits shipping value. It produces an aromatic flavor good for pies and jam. The clusters are large and very tight. The bush is vigorous and productive. This berry is popular for the u-pick trade, but doesn't machine harvest well. Similar to Bluecrop but sweeter.
Bonus: A mid late season new variety with very good hardiness and very good productivity. Berries are the largest on the market and generally the size of a quarter to half dollar.
Nelson: The Nelson was released by USDA in 1989. It ripens late mid season. The fruit is large, firm, light blue, has good flavor and scar. The bush is vigorous, upright, and is suitable for commercial and pick-your-own harvest. Yields have been high in test planting at Grand Junction, Michigan.
Spartan: An early season berry, it ripens just ahead of Patriot. It has large, firm fruit, light blue in color and has excellent flavor. The bush is vigorous, upright, open, and productive. Suitable for machine harvest. Early season ripening and the large size fruit make this variety very desirable for the pick-your-own trade.
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Sam's Tip: 3 Things Needed to Grow Blueberries Well!
1. Soil pH between 5.0 and 5.5
2. High Organic Content - 3% or Higher
3. High Water Table but NOT Standing Water
With all three things your blueberries will grow like weeds. If you don't have all three, work is harder.
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