What I did today after 4:20

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Re: What I did today after 4:20

Post by SlimJim » Mon Jul 14, 2014 5:34 am

Around here they like sandy soil and ledge.
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Re: What I did today after 4:20

Post by mlappin » Mon Jul 14, 2014 6:14 am

Yotehunter66 wrote:My wife has been trying to raise blueberries for the last five years. She's killed everyone one of them. I got to build her a raised bed and get the right soil for her. They don't appear to like clay.
Around here they grow em down in the low spots on the muck. Horrible ground to farm after they rip em out, you sink into where each root ball was for years after they're gone.

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Re: What I did today after 4:20

Post by SlimJim » Tue Jul 15, 2014 3:59 am

Why in the heck would you rip them out? Perhaps you should think about farming them, Maine is known worldwide for it's blueberries, it is one of the few industries left up here that has not been attacked by our state and federal overlords (YET).
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Re: What I did today after 4:20

Post by mlappin » Thu Jul 17, 2014 3:38 pm

Bushes get old and non productive I imagine. So they rip em out after planting new ones elsewhere.

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