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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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It is possible to grow a peach tree from a peach pit; however, there is no guarantee that it is going to produce peaches. All that is required is a peach pit, soil, fertilizer, mulch, a plastic bag and a refrigerator. More »

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Plant Redhaven peach trees in an area that gets at least six hours of direct sunlight daily and has fertile, well-drained soil. Water it regularly, keep an eye out for insects or diseases and fertilize the tree every yea... More »

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Cankers oozing amber-colored gum and swelling are some indications of diseased limbs on peach trees. Other symptoms include scale infestations and gumming on the limbs. 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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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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