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Old 06-27-2022, 08:24 PM   #1
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I have tons of experience with Neem and citrus. Too far north now for citrus so put in 4 good peach trees, full sun 20 ft apart.

Do you use neem on peach and what is your schedule? Thanks.


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Old 06-28-2022, 11:25 AM   #3
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We have 2 peach trees in our little garden here
They came with the house when we purchased it back in November

We did not add anything to the trees at all and had a killer production on both trees
All peaches had little to zero bugs on them all
We even pulled them a few days early and let them sit out in kitchen till ripe then skinned em for freezing.


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Sorry no help at all from me. In for the info and would appreciate hearing the application on citrus trees.
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Sorry no help at all from me. In for the info and would appreciate hearing the application on citrus trees.

I didnít have a huge insect issue but did vet mites and definitely the black powder all over the fruit which is a byproduct of insect activity. I sprayed once a year in late Spring and it took care of them all year.


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We have 2 peach trees in our little garden here
They came with the house when we purchased it back in November

We did not add anything to the trees at all and had a killer production on both trees
All peaches had little to zero bugs on them all
We even pulled them a few days early and let them sit out in kitchen till ripe then skinned em for freezing.


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I put 4 babies in the ground in an area adjacent to old growth forest and had been recently cleared. The bugs are loving them some peach leaves.


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