Unfortunately, blueberries are very picky about the kind of soil that they need to grow in. Climate also plays a big factor. But specifically with regards to soil quality, a pH level of 4.5 is needed to grow them ideally, and a small amount of actively decomposing organic matter. Any backyard compost should do the trick. Growing up in Western Washington, my mom had blueberry bushes in our backyard every year and never had too much trouble getting them to produce. If you’re pH levels are too high, it’s recommended you add granular sulfur to the soil in order to get levels at a healthier level.
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