Tuesday, June 18, 2019 8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
Delaware State University
Outreach & Research Center
884 Smyrna-Leipsic Road, Smyrna, DE
Dr. Dharma Pitchay, Associate Professor, Tennessee State University
A representative from USDA local office, DE
Open to the public. Commercial and Residential Producers are welcomes to this FREE Event.
Blueberries can be a profitable, specialty crop that commercial and backyard growers can produce successfully. Participants will be guided through the soil and water testing process as well as discuss production aspects of blueberries. Participants will gain hands-on knowledge of proper planting and pruning techniques to maximize disease prevention and insect control, thus maximizing plant health and productivity.
Interested participants are requested to bring soil sample (1/2 lb) from their plot where they plant blueberries and water sample (30 ml) they apply during irrigation to test pH.
Class space is limited – registration is required: Register by contacting Lekha Paudel, at 302-857-7796 or email Lnpaudel@desu.edu.