Great time of year here in Florida. The wild blueberries are making early down by the river (blackberries too) and my 9 year old comes home with blue stains on his hands and face every day from his scavenging adventures...........but I digress.
The season upland will be in full swing thru June. We have access to a large piece of property, soon to be developed which has hundreds of blueberry bushes planted decades ago by the University of Alabama ag folks (so I am told). After the picking which will be plentiful I hope to transplant all I can bear to move. I would hate to see them fall under the dozer.
Never having lived where blueberries grow I would gladly accept advice about transplanting and culture. I expect to observe during picking where the bushes thrive and provide a similar location upon transplanting. I normally cut the top growth of a candidate transplant to one third of original, cut the root ball and leave it to rest for a week or so before retrieving.
Advice and critique welcome. Thanks in advance.