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Old 01-04-2014, 10:26 AM
agrostis agrostis is offline
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You probably don't have much of a root ball. Those are young plant's and blueberry's are shallow rooted, they seem to grow more wide than deep. Just take your time when digging and try to not cut any root's if you can help it, but you will cut a few and it's not a crisis, blueberry's are tough and can handle it. Always water transplant's immediately. a acidifying fertilizer (for low pH plant's) like azalea food lightly mixed in with the soil when you raise them will be fine. Always water in fertilizer. Fertilizing blueberry's should only be done in the dead of winter. If you have any other question's, just ask.
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