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As you are all aware, our last season was one of the most challenging ones we have ever experienced. Warmer than normal conditions during late fall and winter delayed the onset of dormancy and resulted [...]
All of your blueberries in a county are insurable if: The actuarial documents provide premium rates; They are varieties of the Highbush or Rabbiteye typesthat are adapted to the area where planted; They are grown [...]
A special thank you to retiring board member, Sherri Brothers. Thank you for 21 years of service to the Florida Blueberry Growers Association
I am writing this letter in mid-December and right now the only thing I hear our blueberry growers talking about is “chill.” In the midst of this hot topic, the two words I hear most [...]
Florida Blueberry Growers learn about how this year’s weather and dormancy breaking treatments are affecting the 2016 blueberry crop in Florida and Georgia. The Spring Meeting and Trade Show was held at the Hillsborough Community College [...]
Hernando Progress, Inc. Board of Directors In Grateful Appreciation Present The Florida Blueberry Growers Association This Outstanding Community Service Award For Their Commitment to the City Of Brooksville and Hernando County Friday, January 22, 2016