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My question is do angel peach (flat peach) suffer from curly leaves like normal peach trees? If yes, do I spray at bud swell with Copper oxychloride like for normal peach tress?

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David01 says...
Hi ding,

Peaches and Nectarines need copper spray to prevent leaf curl diseases if you grow it in Melbourne. spray in July, August and may be in September depends on the weather wet or dry. But to be sure I would spray 3 times on the whole tree i.e. branches, trunk and bud swell. Cheers.
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Original Post was last edited: 30th June 2018 8:53pm
Fruitylicious1 says...
Hi Ding

Flat peach like other peach varieties needs copper oxychloride or bordeaux mixture during late winter to control leaf curl. If possible choose cv's that are resistant to leaf curl like black boy peach and according to Woodbridge Nursery in Tassie, Anzac and Redhaven peach trees have reasonable resistance to leaf curl disease.

Happy gardening :-)
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Original Post was last edited: 30th June 2018 11:02am
Markmelb says...
They do get it pretty bad so spray a few times
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ding says...
Thanks a lot for all the advice, I was expecting to have to spray with copper oxychloride.
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