Peaches problem

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type peach borer into Google and then at top click on "images" it will show the sap oozing out of the trees. Ingrid

on the council grounds of the Fox, Mascouten, Potawatomi, and Winnebago
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"SteveB" wrote:

Probably something (an insect) that likes peaches. Takes a bite and moves on to another one. Ever try tanglefoot at the lowest part of the trunk to keep them away from your peaches? Unless it is a flying beetle then you'll just have to share some of the sap with them. I bet you'll just have a few bumps in the ripened peaches.
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