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Peach trees grow best in sandy and well-drained ground that gets unobstructed sunlight. Buy trees that are at least a year old. If planting more than one tree, plant them about 15 to 20 feet apart. More »

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Care for a peach tree by watering it regularly, fertilizing it often and pruning it for shape. Select a location for the tree that has access to full sun and well-drained sandy soil that has a neutral pH. Plant peach tre... More »

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To grow a peach tree, after-ripen the tree seed for up to 130 days in a cool location, and then plant the seed directly in the garden in a sunny location. Apply fertilizer, and water the tree regularly. Peach trees requi... More »

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The time to spray peach trees for worms depends on the worm species. While all peach trees can be sprayed during blooming, leaf rollers and peach twig borers require spraying while the tree is in its dormant stage. Matin... More »

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Grow dwarf peach trees by choosing a suitable location, preparing the soil, planting the tree, watering it and pruning it when necessary. When purchasing the tree, inspect it for signs of disease, such as discolored leav... More »

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