The Q&A Archives: Moldy Nectarine Fruit

Question: For the past 2 years, the fruit on my minature nectarine tree has become moldy resulting in fruit that did not mature. What is the solution to my problem?

Answer: Most gardeners find that their fruit trees require at least a minimum spray routine in order to produce quality fruit. The products to use depend on the special variety of tree you have and its susceptibility or resistance to specific diseases, the incidence of the different diseases and insects in your local area, and also the weather patterns that particular year. I would suggest you contact your local county extension (837-1402) for the most up to date recommendations for nectarines in your area.

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