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dwaft peach tree problem

Posted by dan_nz_gardener none (My Page) on
Wed, Sep 26, 12 at 0:42

hey all

I bought this bonanza dwarf peach tree this winter and it has blossomed recently and the leaf growth has gone full on as we are a month into spring. The leaves dont look right, they have redish scab looking things on them and lots are closing up. The tree is in the biggest pot i could buy from the garden centre in new premium potting mix, i am confused, i bought a nectarine and an apricot too. The nectarine is looking really healthy but the apricot looks like its starting to do it too.
Much appreciated if anyone can help:-)

Dan


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RE: dwaft peach tree problem

Hi Dan
its been a bad year for peach leaf curl and that that looks like it.It can affect most stone fruits.Make sure you discard or burn the affected leaves.
Peter.


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