Weak blueberry plants
I have three blueberry plants growing in the bed with a mix of other shrubs. New Jersey is prime blueberry growing country, but my plants are not doing all that well.(It hasn't helped that the deer had eaten half of them!)
In general, the backyard pH, according to my last test from the agricultural station, was 6.2. I fed the plants last spring with Miracid, but we allowed them to set some fruit, which I think they were too weak to handle. They have flowered again this spring but I plan to disbud but most if not all. The plants only have one or two branches, and are only about 2 feet high.
I was wondering if I should top dress with some sulfur in addition to the Miracid. I would really like to see one or two vigorous new branches coming up from the base, although maybe it is too late in the spring for that. Not sure what to do to perk these plants up. Any suggestions appreciated.