Stone Fruit

I’ll admit it. I’m on my vitality gardening legs when it comes to stone fruit. For the past few age. I’ve watched as my peaches and nectarines have battled, fruitlessly, against the dreaded peach leaf curl. Peach leaf curl is a fungus with spores that hibernate on your tree over winter, ready to burst forth and wreak confusion on your leaf and fruit buds early in spring.

An organic approach is always value trying first. There is various organic stone fruit selection for leaf curl including spraying with neem oil. Using a compost tea and watering in washing sodium around the drip line.

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