Blueberries Not Producing Fruit
Last year we didn't get blueberries on our plants. Could the problem be the daffodils that are all around the blueberries? I know certain flowers, potatoes etc. will cause them not to produce. Are daffodils one of these? If so, is it too late for this year even if we pull them out?
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It is not the daffodils. It is likely a lack of phosphorous. Both blueberries and daffodils are heavy phosphorous feeders and a lack of phosphorous will keep a plant from blooming and fruiting. Add some bone meal to the soil to add phosphorous and this should help.