|Title||Blueberry Growing: A Paying Industry For South Jersey|
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Source: New Jersey Agriculture
Author: Charles S. Beckwith
Summary: Beckwith predicts that cultivated blueberries will replace wild berries in the market place because of uniformity of size and taste and the development of improved varieties by the USDA. He also projects potential earning for blueberry farmers. Cost of producing a blueberry crop is projected for growers who also farm cranberries, thus eliminating some expenses such as housing.