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blueberries and bradford pear wood chips

Posted by tamb3828 Georgia (My Page) on
Fri, Mar 22, 13 at 16:20

Can I plant my 2 and 6 year old potted blueberry bushes in the ground, panting them totally in 2 month old bradford pear wood chips. If I must dig into the 20" deep chips and add soil, is it okay to mulch the plants then with 8" or so of these fresh pear chips? Thanks


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RE: blueberries and bradford pear wood chips

Can you? Sure Should you? no:) As a mulch they would be great. I mulch mine with 12" of wood chips a year.


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RE: blueberries and bradford pear wood chips

2 months old is still pretty fresh for fresh ground wood chips....
If you want to plant them into wood chips - best to let them rot down / compost for a season and then plant...

As an aside - blueberries do REALLY well in our native soil....

Thanks


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