North Carolina blueberry production growing, faces challenges


Blueberries need an acidic soil and plenty of water to thrive. Few coastal areas in southeast North Carolina fit the bill perfectly. North Carolina State blueberry specialist Bill Cline says blueberry production continues to grow in the state, but it is limited by the high cost of getting into production. In this Farm Press video, Cline talks about the growth, the costs and shows the latest blueberry research happening in the state.

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