Marketplace: Wild Blueberry Production Suppliers
Additional Resources and Suppliers
- Allen’s Blueberry Freezer, Inc.
- Allen’s Wild Maine Blueberries
- Blueberry Land Maintenance
- CMI Mulching Specialist
- Commercial Blueberry Production in Minnesota and Wisconsin
- Farming for Bees: Guidelines for Providing Native Bee Habitat on Farms
- Food Science & Human Nutrition Food Chemical Safety Laboratory — only organic pesticide water testing
- Fruits for Health — Wild Blueberries
- Get Real Maine — Pick Your Own Berries
- The Hubbard Rake Co.
- Jasper Wyman & Son Blueberries
- Maine Board of Pesticide Control
- Maine Organic Farmers and Gardeners Association (MOFGA) — for organic blueberries, contact Eric Sideman, organic crop specialist, at 207.568.4142.
- Maine’s Pick-Your-Own Blueberries (The Heart of New England)
- Maine’s Wild Blueberry Business: Innovation, Growth, Impact (PDF) — Economic and Fiscal Impact on the State of Maine, 2009
- Maine Soil Testing Lab
- Merrill Blueberry Farms
- Michigan Blueberry Growers Association
- Maine Agricultural and Forest Experiment Station (MAFES)
- Maine Sweet and Wild
- Native Bees that Pollinate Wild Blueberries
- New Brunswick Wild Blueberry Guide
- North American Blueberry Council
- Proceedings of the Sixth International Symposium on Vaccinium Culture
- Sources of Wild Blueberries (WBANA)
- The Berry Diagnostic Tool
- The Blueberry People
- The Wild Blueberry in Maine
- US Highbush Blueberry Council — or visit blueberrycouncil.org (for consumers)
- Wild Blueberry Association of North America (WBANA)
- Wild Blueberry Health Blog
- Wild Blueberry Network Information Center
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