Propagating disease-free blueberry plants is important for the future sustainability of the blueberry industry in Georgia and the Southeast. Over the past two to three decades, the Georgia blueberry industry has experienced remarkable growth and has become a national leader in blueberry production. To remain competitive, Georgia blueberry producers need a supply of healthy plants to replace older plantings and obsolete varieties. This publication helps producers understand how to best address many cultural and disease issues observed in developing disease-free transplants from softwood cuttings.
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Published on Jun 23, 2021