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Bumble bee pollinating blueberry bloom. Photo by Debbie Roos.

The Chatham County Center of North Carolina Cooperative Extension conducted two blueberry production webinars in November-December 2021. NC State Extension presenters Bill Cline and Debbie Roos discussed general blueberry production and blueberry pests and diseases. Over 400 participants from around the state attended the live webinars.

Click to view the webinar agendas and learn about the presenters.

In an online evaluation following the webinars, 97% of participants reported that they would be able to improve blueberry production as a result of what they learned in the webinars.

The webinars were recorded and can be viewed online: 

Recording of Blueberry Production Webinar  – November 17, 2021

Recording of Blueberry Pests & Diseases Webinar  – December 8, 2021

Blueberry Production Resources

Blueberry Growers Portal – NC State Extension

The NC Blueberry Journal (blog) – North Carolina State University

Blueberry Freeze Damage and Protection Measures – North Carolina State University

Blueberry Pruning Video with Bill Cline

2019 Blueberry School – Southern Region Small Fruit Consortium

Blueberry Production for Local Sales and Small Pick-Your-Own Operators – North Carolina State University

Grower Resource List for Fruits – NC State Extension

Postharvest Cooling and Handling of Blueberries – North Carolina State University

Principles of Pruning the Highbush Blueberry – North Carolina State University

The Southern Region Small Fruit Consortium

Organic Blueberry Production – ATTRA

Blueberry Pollinators – NC State Extension

Lowering the Soil pH with Sulfur – Michigan State University

Blueberry Pest Management Resources

Blueberry Disease Notes – NC State Extension

Blueberry Insect Pests – NC State Extension

Blueberry Pest Management: A Seasonal Overview – North Carolina State University

2021 Southeast Regional Blueberry IPM Guide – Southern Region Small Fruit Consortium

2021 Southeast Regional Organic Blueberry Pest Management Guide – Southern Region Small Fruit Consortium

Preventing and Managing Spotted Wing Drosophila Infestation (with video for salt extraction method) – NC State Extension

Spotted Wing Drosophila Biology – NC State Extension

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