Blueberry farmer warns some surfactants may sunburn plants in unseasonably hot weather (Capital Press)

Blueberry farmer warns some surfactants may sunburn plants in unseasonably hot weather (Capital Press)
However, a berry crops extension agent at Oregon State University’s North Willamette Research and Extension Center said it’s too early to know if the damage will affect pollination. Associate Professor Wei Qian Yang said the damage was largely to flower petals. In some cases, only one-third to one-half of the petals were damaged, and flowers might be OK.