Nanocellulose may help increase the yield from wild blueberry plants when used with liquid fertilizer applied to leaves, according to a new University of Maine study. Nanocellulose, a natural polymer derived from trees and plants that has many desirable properties, is used in research and development for a myriad of applications, such as packaging materials, read more Nanocellulose may help wild blueberry yield when applied with fertilizer, UMaine study finds