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tasteless peaches

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paul coorooman starts with ...
Afternoon viewers,

I have several 4 year old tropical peaches growing in sandy loam soil at coastal central Queensland in an area that does get frosted. I believe they receive adequate water and fertilizer. Last year the fruit were sensational tasting , but this year in spite of extra tlc (or perhaps because of it) I have quantity but not quality. I.e lots of peaches but they aren't sweet and do not have any real flavour despite being left to ripen on the tree until soft. Trees are very healthy otherwise.
Any ideas?
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Fruitylicious1 says...
Hi Paul

Sometimes too much of the good stuff is bad for plants as well as for humans. As for your fruit tree too much water and fertiliser will dilute the sugar content of the fruits instead of a more concentrated sugar composition when they are subjected to a little bit of stress.
Happy gardening 😎
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