Peach Trees
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Peach tree not producing fruit

Zone 30294 | cvwillia added on May 1, 2017 | Answered

I have two seven year old peach trees (not for sure of the variety)that for the previous two years has produced plenty of fruit. The first couple of years produce a small quantity. But for some reason this year, just like three years ago produced not one single bud nor fruit.. Nothing has changed as for the watering or fertilization of the trees. The trees look perfectly healthy. I'm looking for any kind of assistance that can help me determine the problem... Thanks in advance.

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Rena Esset
Answered on May 1, 2017

Not sure where you garden, but late season frosts are a common reason for peach trees not to fruit. Immature buds can get frozen off easily.
It that's not a possibility, you might want to Google Cooperative Extension for (your) County and find a nearby extension agent to talk with. Their help is free and they are usually super knowledgeable about the conditions, pests and diseases in their area. They're a great resource that many people don't know about.

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