Some recent studies have shown that only one serving of fresh blueberries a week can slow down the cognitive decline. They can protect the brain and clear many toxic proteins it accumulates.
But, did you know that you can grow blueberries at your own home in an easy and simple way? First, you should find a fine and sunny place and prepare the soil. Give them enough water since this plant develops the best when it is presented to consistent dampness. In this way, require a lot of water for them.
Give the blueberry adequate space, with a breadth of around 2.5 feet, and a profundity of one foot for every bramble. In the first place you have to burrow a gap, and take a large portion of the dirt. At that point, include an equivalent measure of peat moss.
You also need to know that you spring and fall are the best seasons to plant blueberries. Include around three inches of wreathe to safeguard moisture, keep the weeds away, and give natural matter. Do this procedure once consistently, and bear in mind – never use sawdust from redwood or cedar tree.
At the end you just need to be sure of using organic fertilizers. Manures usually damage the bushes, so you should try to avoid them as much as possible.