Originally Posted by sunflour
What does the Epsom Salt do? I do have some I can try.
I used acid lovers fertilizer - the soil in my berry patch is not GA soil - it was a bought topsoil years ago. Will check out the Miracid fertilizer?
Unlike most folks around here, I don't have Pine Trees - only deciduous hardwood trees. And buying pine needles here can bring in ticks and occasional snake
Maybe you hit a pocket of something weird in that particular patch of soil that you planted that bush.
Epsom salts has magnesium and that is essential to chlorophyll
Epsom salt has a lot of water in it, so it will take a good amount to do anything.
Miracid is good stuff.
Blueberries are understory bushes, meaning they grow under the canopy of other trees. They grow in deep litter of leaves and organics, which are very acid. Hardwood leaves are what the blueberry evolved with and are perfect. Pine needles, wood chips, bark, whatever. It's all organic and blueberries love it.