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Brigitta Blueberry Cross Pollinate with....

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My friend has acquired a Brigitta blueberry about 5 yrs old. It's healthy, flowers a lot but struggles to fruit. I know it needs to cross pollinate with another variety. Which varieties would be the best?
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26th November 2018 9:38pm
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I’ve recently bought a few from local nursery. She said they don’t need cross pollination. See attachment - it’s 2 years old. Just soil & compost in the mix.
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29th November 2018 4:19am
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jeanbeajb says...
That’s odd because if u search brigitta, it always comes up as high need of cross pollination. Looks like u have lots of fruit though. I wonder if your neighbours have a blueberry.
What area are you from?
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mc2 says...
No, my neighbors don’t have any fruit trees, & I don’t think cross pollination would work if there’s a 1.8M fence in the way🤔. It was already fruiting when I bought it & Brigitta are the only ones they have. From Melbourne.
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