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Organic Management - Grower Survey of Organic Pest Management Practices for Wild Blueberries in Maine with Case Studies

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Prepared by Andrew Files, Associate Scientist, School of Economics, The University of Maine; David Yarborough, Professor of Horticulture, Dept. of Plant, Soil, and Environmental Sciences, The University of Maine; and Frank Drummond, Professor, School of Biology and Ecology, The University of Maine. October 2008.

Grower Survey of Organic Pest Management Practices for Wild Blueberries in Maine with Case Studies. University of Maine, Orono. MAFES  Misc Pub. 759 (PDF).


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