|Title||Culture Of Blueberries In New Jersey|
|Scope & Content||
Source: The Rural New Yorker
Summary: The author begins with a short history of the work done to improve the varieties of wild blueberries. Most of this article deals with soil requirements and it concludes with a brief discussion of proper setting out of the plants.
The original copy is too poor to be used. Always use the xeroxed copy even though it, too, has some issues.
|Date||June 11, 1921|