Ozarkblue Blueberry Variety

Blueberries November 11, 2011|Print

 

Ozarkblue blueberries
Ozarkblue is a Southern highbush blueberry.

 

 

  • Exceptional yields with good fruit size and quality.
  • Recommended for planting in the upper part of the South because it requires a period of 800 to 1,000 chill hours.
  • Ozarkblue has consistently fruited in variety trials when most other southern highbush and rabbiteye cultivars have had partial to total crop losses to spring freezes and frost.
  • Pollinate with Summit.

Reference:

Braswell, John, Freddie Rasberry and John Davis. Fruit and Nut Review: Blueberries. Mississippi State University Cooperative Extension Service. 2008. Retrieved 05 March 2010.

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