Berries: Blueberries

Blueberries  

Fortunately, for blueberry growers in the Pacific Northwest there are few diseases that threaten blueberry crops in this region that cause significant losses when left unchecked. Still, consulting with a Trident specialist before planting is beneficial to identifying and controlling bacterial and fungal diseases in order to ensure the highest and most profitable yields.

Proper planning and soil preparation with advice from a Trident Professional is vital to getting the most out of money spent on soil fumigation and the key component a profitable crop of blueberries.

    Common Blueberry Diseases & Pathogens

  • Armillaria Root Rot
  • Crown Gall
  • Fusarium Wilt
  • Phytophthora Root Rot
  • Verticillium Wilt
  • Dagger Nematode
  • Lesion Nematode
  • Needle Nematode

Input Efficiency

Soil borne diseases attack plant roots making the root system and the plant weaker. Plants treated with Trident Fumigants have stronger root systems and healthier plants that are better at mining for nutrients. The plant is able to find and take up the nutrients it needs. Growers have been able to cut back as much as 20% of the nitrogen used saving $50-100 per acre. Farming disease means wasted water and wasted nitrogen.

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Washington, Oregon, and Idaho

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