|I have 2 peach trees, although 1 was chewed by my dog. It does appear to be alive still. Currently, both are dormant. I was told to use a
|Answer from NGA
February 20, 2010
|Sounds like your peach tree got off to a rough start! Peach trees are susceptible to diseases and they are typically sprayed with Daconil or lime-sulfur (Bordeaux) in the late winter and early spring to protect them from diseases. You'll find exact instructions for spraying and repeat spraying on the product label. Follow the guide and your trees should be disease free for the entire season. Hope you get fruit soon!
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