Every year I get peach curl, but it has been only the first leaves, it has never hurt the growth of fruit, and the second leaves are beautiful. I just pick them off as the come. I do the same with aphids on my roses. I go out every morning when the buds begin to form and squish the aphids that appear. This gets them early and they are gone for the summer, not to return.
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From: "Dinesh" <dineshkh@...
I do not want to spray chemical fungicides, if anybody had the
experience of mitigating the peach leaf curl in a bio-friendly manner I
would like to get suggestions. I could not get satisfactory answers
when I searched online. Many thanks in advance!
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