whats going on with these peaches?

Chic Rustler

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they all are turning brown on the tree. isnit bugs? what should i do next year to prevent it?
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well thats nice. seems im gonna have hell with fruit trees. maybe next year
 

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I'm no expert by any means but it looks like it may be cause by a fungus.

Have a read through here, it might help.

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Also just thinking 🤔... Are there any peach orchards or growers nearby to you? If so, maybe you could get some expert local advise. If your trees have the fungus the chances are others local to you also have it and maybe they found a good solution to prevent it's reoccurrance?

Just a thought, keep us posted.

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Sorry about your peaches. Lost my first crop of plums in 3 yrs due to a bug. Will spray next year!!!! We learn the hard way. :idunno maybe we can BOTH have pics of good harvests in 2022!.

Google gave me the info.
 

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Something similar happened to My limes earlier in the year. At the time the tree was loaded and the weather was wet and hot, so I assumed the rot was caused by that. My fruit doesnt tend to get very big generally so i figure a few were on the overripe side for my young trees.

I picked as much that was close to ready and I dumped the affected fruit. New fruit seems good again now the temperature has dropped 🤷‍♀️
 

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How in the world did people have fruit crops without sprays? What did people a hundred years back know that we don’t?
 
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