What insect makes holes in green blueberries?
I've seen blossoms with holes in them (some sort of bee as I recall), I'm not sure if these actually get pollinated and develop into berries with holes, or if something else is boring into the side of the green berry.
But what do I do to control whatever it is (organically)? I usually net the bushes against the birds, but that won't help. Do I have to use row cover on all my wild, wide-spread bushes?
Or just pick them off now, don't worry about it (maybe season is over for whatever it was). Bushes are loaded with green berries right now.