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suncrest peach in NE zone 7

Posted by ejp3 7NY (My Page) on
Wed, Jun 18, 14 at 19:50

A good friend is giving me a few year old nicely branched out Suncrest peach. I can't find much information on it other than it grows great in California. Does anyone have experience with it here in the East? I am mainly concerned with pest and or disease resistance. Thanks


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RE: suncrest peach in NE zone 7

I have one in Texas zone 7a and it has grown well and bore fruit the last 4 years.
Unfortunately the fruit was lost due to late freezes each year.
The only problem I have had is some gummosis.
Our humidity is very low so I haven't had to deal with any fungal problems.
It is a very heavy setter.


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RE: suncrest peach in NE zone 7

  • Posted by olpea zone 6 KS (My Page) on
    Thu, Jun 19, 14 at 17:09

Suncrest is reported to be very susc. to bac. spot.

I don't know how much of a problem it is in NY, but it's an issue with the humid climate in my locale.


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