Peach Trees

Pruning Peach Trees in Tennessee

Anonymous added on June 2, 2011 | Answered

Our peach tree is broken at its main limb. We would like to know how to best handle it. The tree is about 7 years old.

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Answered on June 9, 2011

I'm not sure if you mean limb or trunk. If it's the trunk, you're in trouble. Peach trees need a sturdy single trunk to support growth. You can try taking the tree down and allowing a shoot from the base to grow, but you'd probably be better off planting a new replacement.
If it's a limb, trim it back to the break and let nature take its course.

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