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Pruning Blueberry Plants in Florida 2 air circulation, and light and spray penetration.





This type of pruning is usually done with hand loppers, pneumatic loppers, or pruning saws. Pruning During Plant Establishment The general rule is to remove 1/3 to 1/2 of the top of young blueberry plants when transplanting them to the field (Fig.

1). Mar 11, Pruning Blueberry Plants in Florida. J.G. Williamson, F.S. Davies, P.M. Lyrene Pruning has long been recognized as a beneficial cultural practice in blueberry growing. Skillful pruning requires experience and growers generally develop their own style which may be slightly different from their neighbor's, but should accomplish the same objectives. The following text discusses some basic principles of pruning.

Diagram 4Pruning mature blueberry plants: remove weak, low-growing shoots (1)thin the crown of the plant by cutting out about 20 percent of the canes each year (2)head new, vigorous canes to about 4 to 6 inches below the top of the bush (3)File Size: KB.

Hand tools, such as loppers, hand pruners and handsaws, can be used to effectively remove all undesired wood from blueberry bushes. Select the appropriate tool to remove wood as cleanly as possible to avoid unnecessary injury to the plant. Hand pruners can be used to Missing: Islamorada FL. May 20, To prune a young blueberry bush, remove crossed branches to allow the canes to grow straight up.

This will produce stronger canes and keep fruit off the ground. Also during the first 2 years, cut away any buds, as the bush 92%(69).



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Jul 06, Pruning Bearing Plants (over 3 to 4 years of age) Make large"shaping cuts" - Remove all low-spreading branches and the oldest canes if they are weak, particularly if in the center of the plant."Head back" the upright"bull shoots" to the desired height to keep the bush from growing too tall.





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