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Is There Such a Thing as Too Many Blueberries?

Cultivated blueberries. (Photo: Steven DePolo/CC BY 2.0) The wild blueberry harvest, up in the blueberry barrens of Maine, starts in July and goes to early September. In these parts of the state, north past Acadia and the touristed summer haunts, there are stretches of land where all you can see are blueberry bushes, low to the ground, for hundreds and hundreds of acres.
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