Peach Trees

Gummosis In Peach Plant

Anonymous added on August 23, 2015 | Answered

I have planted Peach plants (Shaan-e-Punjab) variety in two acres. Plants are two years old. Though growth in maximum number of plants is quite good, I am facing Gummosis (i.e. gum oozing out in some plants). One of the plants which had shown heavy Gummosis has wilted. One of the plants has become brownish in colour. As advised by local horticulture dept, I have applied Borodaux Paint on stems and a spray of Blitox (Blue copper). Please guide. . . .

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Answered on August 23, 2015

It is likely peach borers causing this. This article will help:

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