Blueberries grow best on a sunny site in sandy peat soil, but they also do well in heavy soils if they are well-drained, aerated, high in organic matter and receive adequate moisture. The most important requirement for growing blueberries is acidic soil. If a soil pH is greater than 5 but less than 7, its acidity can increased by applications of sulfur or acid peat. Soil acidity increases very slowly after applying sulfur. It is impractical to reduce the pH of alkaline soils (pH>7) low enough to grow blueberries. Blueberries suffer winter injury when the minimum temperature is lower than –290C. For best results, blueberries need a frost-free growing season of at least 140 days. Blueberry plants are self-pollinated, but berry size is larger with cross-pollination from another cultivar.

Agrolution Special Agrolution Special 125


Agrolution Special 125 delivers all necessary nutrients to the plant while improving nutrient availability. This product prevents deposits and blockages in the irrigation system because of its purity, solubility and acidifying effect.

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H2Flo H2Flo

H2Flo’s blend of soil surfactants work to reduce the surface tension of irrigation water allowing both vertical and lateral movement of water. This allows growers to maximise the efficacy of irrigation, reduce water rates and improve yields.

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Cilus Plus

Providing natural stimulation and enhancement for healthy growth, better yields and increased quality by improving soil microbiology.

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IntraCell IntraCell

IntraCell is based on a pure, very high concentration, natural osmoprotectant, which is produced via a patented extraction procedure. In addition to points mentioned already the product has the following major benefits to offer:-

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