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Re: My peach tree [Re: Tactical.20] #7659412
08/27/22 03:36 PM
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If that was in my yard, coons would have got them a month ago - same time they got all my apples.

Re: My peach tree [Re: WhiteCliffs] #7659494
08/27/22 06:15 PM
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Originally Posted by WhiteCliffs
If that was in my yard, coons would have got them a month ago - same time they got all my apples.

I keep the coons down and my dogs kennel is 15 feet away. The smell helps keep them away also

Re: My peach tree [Re: west river rogue] #7659576
08/27/22 08:46 PM
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Originally Posted by west river rogue
Originally Posted by WhiteCliffs
If that was in my yard, coons would have got them a month ago - same time they got all my apples.

I keep the coons down and my dogs kennel is 15 feet away. The smell helps keep them away also


I trap/kill anywhere between 50 and 75 coons a year off my 300 acres. Not enough

Re: My peach tree [Re: Yukon John] #7659916
08/28/22 10:54 AM
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Originally Posted by Yukon John
So...T20, we gonna have any peaches?

We had about ten on the tree this year, it's getting old enough to produce now

Re: My peach tree [Re: Flint Hill fur] #7659920
08/28/22 10:56 AM
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Originally Posted by Flint Hill fur
If I was a tree I'd hope to be in your yard t20 grin

Lol, I try, this winter it didn't get as cold, I didn't shelter it, I got ten peaches I think

Re: My peach tree [Re: Bob Jameson] #7659927
08/28/22 11:01 AM
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Originally Posted by Bob Jameson
If I was close to those peach trees you wouldn't need to worry about deer or bears. I would take care of those peaches and put them to good use.:) No waste.........

I hear ya! Lol

Re: My peach tree [Re: WhiteCliffs] #7724702
11/23/22 12:18 AM
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Originally Posted by WhiteCliffs
If that was in my yard, coons would have got them a month ago - same time they got all my apples.

I suppose they crawl right up your peach tree, hopefully not damaging it

Re: My peach tree [Re: AJE] #7724703
11/23/22 12:21 AM
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Originally Posted by AJE
Originally Posted by WhiteCliffs
If that was in my yard, coons would have got them a month ago - same time they got all my apples.

I suppose they crawl right up your peach tree, hopefully not damaging it


They tend to break them up pretty bad

Re: My peach tree [Re: Tactical.20] #7725619
11/24/22 01:06 AM
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That would be a bummer if they kill the tree

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Re: My peach tree [Re: Tactical.20] #7725624
11/24/22 01:25 AM
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I'm going to try air layering a friend of mines white peach tree this Spring to clone it. The tree was planted around 1964, which makes it very old for a peach tree. It has fruit almost every year. The peaches are very large, good flavored and have little insect and no fungus problems. I and another friend have tried to root cuttings from it in the past, with rooting hormone with poor success. I got 6 cuttings from it, out of around 40, to make tiny roots once, but around 5 months later, all the cuttings died and the roots had not grown any since I checked and transplanted them months before.

Keith

Re: My peach tree [Re: KeithC] #7725626
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Originally Posted by KeithC
I'm going to try air layering a friend of mines white peach tree this Spring to clone it. The tree was planted around 1964, which makes it very old for a peach tree. It has fruit almost every year. The peaches are very large, good flavored and have little insect and no fungus problems. I and another friend have tried to root cuttings from it in the past, with rooting hormone with poor success. I got 6 cuttings from it, out of around 40, to make tiny roots once, but around 5 months later, all the cuttings died and the roots had not grown any since I checked and transplanted them months before.

Keith


They graft fairly easily. For rootstock you can order lovell or just plant a bunch of pits. They're not to fussy about rootstock like some of the apples or pears are.

Re: My peach tree [Re: Tactical.20] #7725877
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I have two contender trees, they are 6yrs old. This year was a bumper crop, I had to prop up the branches they were so heavy with fruit. Iíve learned from my neighbor to mulch the ground on each tree with a bale of straw before winter. He has one tree 10 years and the tree was loaded with baseball sized peaches. This is in Southeast Minnesota.

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Re: My peach tree [Re: warrior] #7725931
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Originally Posted by warrior
Originally Posted by KeithC
I'm going to try air layering a friend of mines white peach tree this Spring to clone it. The tree was planted around 1964, which makes it very old for a peach tree. It has fruit almost every year. The peaches are very large, good flavored and have little insect and no fungus problems. I and another friend have tried to root cuttings from it in the past, with rooting hormone with poor success. I got 6 cuttings from it, out of around 40, to make tiny roots once, but around 5 months later, all the cuttings died and the roots had not grown any since I checked and transplanted them months before.

Keith


They graft fairly easily. For rootstock you can order lovell or just plant a bunch of pits. They're not to fussy about rootstock like some of the apples or pears are.

Once again Warrior nailed it.


Beaver will shine again!
Re: My peach tree [Re: warrior] #7726448
11/25/22 12:28 AM
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Originally Posted by warrior
Originally Posted by KeithC
I'm going to try air layering a friend of mines white peach tree this Spring to clone it. The tree was planted around 1964, which makes it very old for a peach tree. It has fruit almost every year. The peaches are very large, good flavored and have little insect and no fungus problems. I and another friend have tried to root cuttings from it in the past, with rooting hormone with poor success. I got 6 cuttings from it, out of around 40, to make tiny roots once, but around 5 months later, all the cuttings died and the roots had not grown any since I checked and transplanted them months before.

Keith


They graft fairly easily. For rootstock you can order lovell or just plant a bunch of pits. They're not to fussy about rootstock like some of the apples or pears are.


Thanks.

Keith

Re: My peach tree [Re: 330-Trapper] #7727167
11/26/22 01:11 AM
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Originally Posted by 330-Trapper
Originally Posted by Yukon John
So...T20, we gonna have any peaches?

I was Wondering also?

I got about a dozen this year

Re: My peach tree [Re: RRW] #7727168
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Originally Posted by RRW
I have two contender trees, they are 6yrs old. This year was a bumper crop, I had to prop up the branches they were so heavy with fruit. Iíve learned from my neighbor to mulch the ground on each tree with a bale of straw before winter. He has one tree 10 years and the tree was loaded with baseball sized peaches. This is in Southeast Minnesota.

They say to thin out the peaches on a branch, I didn't want to, I propped some up too on an old tree

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