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Hi I have a blueberry tree that seems to be growing slowly also has yellow and reddish leaves I don't know what the problem is and what can I do to get my leaves green and the plant growing?

Submitted: 03:13PM, 06 Jun 2014
Answer: Hi Hussein,
Insects and disease are not a big problem with blueberries. Blueberries do however require a soil with the right pH. A pH of 4.5-5.5 is ideal for growing blueberries. I have attached a link from the Yates website which will help you with the fertilising requirements for growing this fruit. Enjoy growing and most of all, harvesting this delicious crop.

http://www.yates.com.au/fruit/grow/growing-blueberries/

Answered: 02:50PM, 11 Jun 2014

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