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TOPIC: Selling some of the first peaches a little differently

Re:Selling some of the first peaches a little differently 7 years 4 days ago #35908

Hugh Hartsell wrote:

Gareth,


It is true that the peach tree requires pruning every year to produce quality fruit and to keep the tree good and strong. I'm sure that Maya understands that principal and has to use it every year.

Hugh


Not fun this year trudging through 3' of snow to get to the trees Hugh~
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Re:Selling some of the first peaches a little differently 7 years 3 days ago #35917

:( We also had the coldest winter in years. Weeks of -20 - -25!
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Re:Selling some of the first peaches a little differently 7 years 3 days ago #35919

Maya,
To heck with that type of weather! You can keep it up there. It got a little below zero here a time or two. That was enough to take out a couple of varieties.

I've worn out a few of those lopping shears myself. I guess this year will be the last for me.

By the way, Nice beard!

Hugh

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Re:Selling some of the first peaches a little differently 7 years 3 days ago #35929

Maya, how many trees did you have to prune in weather like that? That looks rough. I'm not sure whats worse, winters like that or Florida's blazing hot days of summer.

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