Until the last few years, it has been the industry’s most common planted variety. In the Bluecrop blueberry, an easy to grow shrub, little land management problem has arisen. It is highly resistant to spring frosts, which provides a high and continuous yield. The fruits caliber are medium. If it is harvested too early or the bush is trimmed too much, the fruits may become tart and a large “red backs” may occur. Machine harvesting of Bluecrop still remains a problem today, but with the use of color sorters in fruit processing lines, mechanized harvesting has become more applicable. Bluecrop blueberries are recommended for processed products and local fresh market sales.