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Old 01-04-2014, 09:01 AM
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Originally Posted by agrostis View Post
Any plant with it's crown below grade will suffer, and it make's a huge difference. You can raise it by adding soil to the hole, just make sure there are no air pocket's. Blueberry's are tough and can handle a lot but any work like this need's to be done at the coldest time of the year, around Feb. 1 here.
Thanks! I appreciate the help. I've got 4 bushes. Ill look at all of them to see if they all need replanted. Any other tips you can provide? I've never done anything like this before. How big do you suppose the root ball is on a plant like this? Should I dig it up as large as I can physically handle? Add enough garden soil to raise the crown above grade and then regrade? Anything else I should be adding to the hole?
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