growing blueberries and concrete raised bed?

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Answer #1 | 22/12 2013 11:43
I would not worry about the material of a raised bed. Planting in the ground is fine. If your soil is not acidic, you'll want to add soil sulfur to lower the ph. Blueberries like it around 5.5 or even a little lower (REALLY acidic). Test your soil. If it's not acidic enough, plant on amending with the soil sulfur once or twice a year. Changing the ph of soil is not a do-something-once-and-it's-fixed kind of thing. It's an ongoing battle. Test the soil once a year before amending it.
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