Some gardeners are of the opinion that blueberry seedlings should be constantly fertilized. However, it is not. Excessive interference with the life of the plant can not only rob you of a good harvest, but even destroy the bush.
First of all, you should remember about acidity. It should be 4.5–5.5 pH. Therefore, both before planting and during cultivation, we monitor this, acidifying the soil if necessary. It may also be necessary to add potassium, phosphorus, calcium, magnesium, but this is if any of these components is not enough.
As for nitrogen fertilizers, they can only be fed once a year. At normal pH levels, carbamide, ammonium sulfate can be used. At low pH levels, phosphoric flour can be added to the soil.
Despite the fact that blueberries have their own requirements for both care and watering, with the right approach at the end of summer, they fully compensate for this with dark blue, tasty and healthy berries.