E3 S1. A Road Map to 6000 lbs per acre, Wild Blueberry Pollination with Dr. Frank Drummond

Pollination is the most important component of wild blueberry production. Some basic management for a better and higher yield includes adequate weed control and protection measures against diseases. If you have done those, then pollination will be your next investment, and it helps to increase yield dramatically. In this episode, we will hear what Dr. Drummond has to say about pollination in wild blueberries.

Guest: Dr. Frank Drummond is a professor in insect ecology and insect pest management. Before retirement, he worked at the University of Maine and did a lot of work in wild blueberries, focusing on wild blueberry production, blueberry plant reproductive ecology and pollination.

 

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