Media reports on UMaine research about nanocellulose and wild blueberries
The Bangor Daily News, Morning Ag Clips, Phys.org and News Center Maine reported on a new University of Maine study showing that nanocellulose may help increase the yield from wild blueberry plants when used with liquid fertilizer applied to leaves. Researchers believe the increased production resulted from the nanocellulose reducing the particle size of nutrients from the fertilizer, making it easier for the blueberry leaves to absorb them and facilitating an uptick in consumption. Egreenews shared the BDN report. UK Today News shared the Phys.org report.