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Blueberry Plant Success Kit

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Establish your blueberries and reap the sweet rewards. The secret to blueberry success is to keep the soil pH between 4.5 and 5.5 – just the way blueberries like it! Kit includes soil amendments like acidifier and specially formulated blueberry fertilizer to maximize nutrient uptake and improve blueberry growth and development. We’ve also included garden netting to help keep birds and other berry-loving critters from your blueberry harvest. Plants not included.

  • 4-lb. Stark® Blueberry Special Fertilizer (NPK: 12-12-12, with garden sulfur)
  • 13-oz. Stark® Soil Acidifier (contains sulfur)
  • 7’ x 20’ Bird-X® Garden Net

Kit accommodates approximately 4 blueberry plants

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Stark Bro's Store
My soil needs to be more acidic and I bought my blueberries from you! Hoping this will give them a good start and succes
Ashlee R on May 8, 2018
I have utilized the success kit for my strawberries (also from Stark Bros), and it worked like a charm. I am going to do the same now for my new blueberries.
Susan W on May 15, 2017
My soil needs to be more acidic and I bought my blueberries from you! Hoping this will give them a good start and succes
Ashlee R on May 8, 2018
I ordered this kit to nuture my (3) blueberry plants purchased from Stark weeks earlier..
Donald D on May 3, 2018
I have utilized the success kit for my strawberries (also from Stark Bros), and it worked like a charm. I am going to do the same now for my new blueberries.
Susan W on May 15, 2017
recommended by relative
Robert S on Mar 12, 2017
Still not having much success with our previously purchased blueberries. We are hoping adding the fertilizer will help.
A R on Jan 29, 2017
Blueberry plants barely hanging on in Flagstaff - soil too alkaline!
Eric S on Sep 25, 2016
Need acidic soil for blues also not sure how to fertilize...it's all here.
CHRISTINE W on Sep 18, 2016
Buying some blueberry plants and want to insure their survival. I hear they're pretty tricky ,liking acid soil.
Julia U on Jul 24, 2016
I want to make sure my blueberry plants have the best chance at success!
Lauren M on May 26, 2016
This looked like a reasonable purchase, as I have never grown Blueberries, and they require an acidic soil.
Michael T on May 16, 2016
I have no idea what our soil conditions are and wanted to give the blueberries a better chance of success.
SUE T on May 12, 2016
Every single time we have followed the instructions with Stark plants, we have reaped the benefits and had a good experience. This is our first time planting blueberries, and we want to do it correctly to give ourselves the highest potential for success.
Michelle M on May 11, 2016
Give plants all the help I can.
David D on May 6, 2016
mpst soil in Il isn't acid enough for blueberries
CHRISTINE W on May 1, 2016
lower ph, birds
CINDY V on Apr 24, 2016
I've never grown blueberries before and thought I should have all the help I can get.
Donna W on Apr 22, 2016
Soil is slightly alkaline with fruit trees nearby, needed to acidity and fertilize.
Timothy M on Apr 20, 2016
I want to give the blueberries the best chance to do well as I have never grown blueberries.
Mary C on Apr 15, 2016
I ordered this kit to nuture my (3) blueberry plants purchased from Stark weeks earlier..
Donald D on May 3, 2018
recommended by relative
Robert S on Mar 12, 2017
I have 6 blueberry bushes will this be enough for all 6 ?
Ed L on Apr 9, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Yes, First year plants dose is 1 Table Spoon (tbs.) , 2nd year is 2 tbs. , after that is 1 cup. I once misread the label and thought it said lbs (pounds) instead of tbs Tablespoons, I caught my mistake just after watering it in, then scraped the fertilizer and top layer of soil up and tilled it into my large garden with no harm to either. Don???t make that same mistake I did.

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