These fruit trees readily come in various sizes so that no matter your size of yard or land you can easily plant a few of these trees.
These delectable fruits can be added to cobblers, canned preserves, smoothies, or salsas. When caring for these trees, it’s important to keep an eye out for pests, diseases, or fungi that will target the fruit, leaves or bark of your tree. Peach trees are specifically targeted by the peach tree borer, a type of pest that can easily kill younger trees and weaken older ones. They can also be infected with the Peach Tree Leaf Curl fungus, which causes deformities that weaken the health of your tree, leading to complications or other infestations. A peach tree can quickly become overwhelmed by these attacks, so it’s important to act fast if you notice signs of an infection or infestation.
Peach Tree infections and infestations can be treated by professionals when caught early enough. To prevent these issues from occurring in the first place, you should have the tree professionally sprayed and pruned each year. By doing so, your peach trees will yield a bountiful harvest for your pantry for years to come.