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} Sep 21, Trim upper lateral branches back to about 1 to 2 inches of the trunk. Peach trees are easy to train if you start the process soon after planting. Proper pruning keeps the tree healthy by removing dead and diseased wood; opening up the tree allows foliage and fruit to dry quickly and reduces the chances of disease.

Apr 25, The goal when pruning peach trees is to remove old, slow growing, non-fruitful shoots and leave 1-year-old, 18 to 24 inch ( cm.) red bearing shoots. About 40% of the tree should be pruned out annually. The first step is to remove all rootstock suckers and water sprouts from the lower three feet of the takedowntree.pwted Reading Time: 3 mins. Jul 16, Your peach trees will be healthier, more productive, and easier to work with if you set up an annual pruning routine.

Peach trees are pruned into an open"V" or vase shape, with three to five well-spaced main branches forming the vase. This differs from other fruit trees that have one central trunk.

The main branches should be at roughly a degree angle, leaving the center open to sun and takedowntree.pwted Reading Time: 4 mins.

When pruning peach trees, keep walking around the tree and look at the tree from a different perspective. The tree should look balanced from every angle. The first and easiest step is to prune off all the suckers. These are the little shoots that spring up from the roots of the takedowntree.pwg: Lutz FL. Second dormant season: Prune away fast-growing new shoots but leave twig growth, which will be the fruit-bearing wood (on most peach trees).

Choose and encourage additional scaffolds, if needed. Third dormant season: Prune off any broken limbs or crossing branches, but don’t do any more major pruning until the tree has produced a good-sized takedowntree.pwg: Lutz FL. May 05, Learn tips for pruning peach trees from Jerry Goodspeed and JayDee Gunnell at the USU Botanical an online gardening class from USU Extension her Author: Utah State University Extension.

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