Report old irons, I have artificially pollinated my baby blueberries! I planted two blueberries this year, but I was busy. The first time you planted it, you can be precious. Already blooming, like a small white bell, very cute.
After checking the information, it was said that if there were bees, there was no need for artificial pollination, I saw that it was cold recently, there was no sun, and the bees did not come, so I decided to artificially pollinate. The method is not difficult, use a relatively fine cotton swab, because its flowers are very small, thick words can not enter, cotton swabs on the pollen pound, and then in order one by one on the anthers, on the flower column turn, just fine. The movements should be lighter, and the little white flower is very delicate and cannot withstand violence.
I hope they are worthy of my labor, and there are many results.