Blueberry

Vitamin Retention in Eight Fruits and Vegetables: A Comparison of Refrigerated and Frozen Storage

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Authors: 
Ali Bouzari,
Authors: 
Dirk Holstege
Authors: 
Diane M. Barrett
Publisher: 
Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry
Year: 
2014

Mineral, Fiber, and Total Phenolic Retention in Eight Fruits and Vegetables: A Comparison of Refrigerated and Frozen Storage

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Authors: 
Ali Bouzari
Authors: 
Dirk Holstege
Authors: 
Diane M. Barrett
Publisher: 
Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry
Year: 
2014

Highbush Blueberry Production

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The initial investment is high, primarily because of the cost of preparing the land, establishing plants, and installing an irrigation system. However, equipment needs for small plantings are minimal once the plants are established and healthy, well-tended plants can be expected to bear fruit for fifty years or more. Demand for blueberries has been strong in recent years, and fresh-market prices have been relatively high because per capita consumption of blueberries in the United States has been increasing.

Authors: 
Kathleen Demchak
Authors: 
Jayson K. Harper
Authors: 
Lynn F. Kime
Publisher: 
Pennsylvania State University
Year: 
2014

Photosynthetic and antioxidant performance are differentially affected by short-term nitrogen supply in highbush blueberry cultivars

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Authors: 
Erwin Yañez-Mansilla
Authors: 
Paula Cartes
Authors: 
Marjorie Reyes-Díaz
Authors: 
Alejandra Ribera-Fonseca
Authors: 
Miren Alberdi
Publisher: 
Ciencia e Investigación Agraria
Year: 
2014

Time to prepare for fruitworm activity in blueberries

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Authors: 
Rufus Isaacs
Authors: 
Carlos Garcia-Salazar
Authors: 
John Wise
Publisher: 
Michigan State University
Year: 
2012

Estudio de prefactibilidad para la producción y comercialización de arándanos (Vaccinium corymbosum L.) en condiciones de valles andinos

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Authors: 
Liliana G. Benavides
Publisher: 
Sierra Exportadora
Year: 
2012

Midwest Small Fruit and Grape Spray Guide

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Authors: 
Collaboration from 12 U.S. Universities
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Collaboration from 12 U.S. Universities
Year: 
2013

Estudio de Mercado Berries Orgánicos Congelados en Estados Unidos

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Authors: 
ProChile Los Angeles
Publisher: 
ProChile
Year: 
2012

Lowering the Soil pH with Sulfur

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Blueberries prefer acid soils with a pH of 4.5 to 5.5. With the popularity of blueberries many people are interested in quickly adjusting their soil pH. Acidifying soil is not an exact science; this handout is just a guide. The cheapest way to lower the soil pH is to add elemental sulfur to the soil. Soil bacteria change the sulfur to sulfuric acid, lowering the soil pH.

Authors: 
Mark Longstroth
Publisher: 
Michigan State University

Increasing Antioxidant Activity and Reducing Decay of Blueberries by Essential Oils

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Authors: 
Chien Y. Wang
Authors: 
Shiow Y. Wang
Authors: 
Chitsun Chen
Publisher: 
Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry
Year: 
2008
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