Doug Owen wrote:It is important to note that Blueberries are quite moisture sensitive with most of the roots in the very top of the soil. Add in a sandy soil and you have a problem! So I'd add in as much mulch and humus as possible to remedy that situation.
I have heard that coffee grounds are naturally acid plus they are a good amendment. But adding enough for my 24 bush patch was just too much. Lot's of contradicting info on using shredded pine needles so your milage may vary.
Josh Jamison wrote:I thought of something the other day. Has anyone ever tried using really acidic wood like pine to do hugelkultur beds for blueberries? I do know if this would work or not. If so, it would be a great way to use up that wood that isn't good for other hugel beds and also meet the niche the blueberries need.