nectarine tree


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Synonyms for nectarine tree

variety or mutation of the peach bearing fruit with smooth skin and (usually) yellow flesh

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About 85 percent of almond, peach, plum and nectarine trees in California are grafted with this rootstock.
A large area is devoted to currants - black, red and white - and there are apple, apricot, peach and nectarine trees.
4 Keep potted peach and nectarine trees in a cold greenhouse until later in spring.
Cut out unwanted shoots on fan-trained peach and nectarine trees.
Summer pruning of peach and nectarine trees is necessary only to remove dead or diseased wood, or to maintain design.
Two years ago, CHP began managing 4 acres of peach, apple and nectarine trees at Cheney Orchards in Brimfield and last year began farming on another four acres at White's Farm, directly across the street from Brigham Hill.
Spray all parts of peach and nectarine trees, from trunk to stem tips, with lime sulfur to control peach leaf curl.
The place was fully booked, yet there was an air of having the place to yourself, thanks to its pretty orchard with grapevines and nectarine trees.
Spray peach and nectarine trees and bushes for peach leaf curl with the fungicide Vitax Bordeaux Mixture and repeat after 10 to 14 days.
CONTROL PEACH LEAF CURL On a dry, calm day after leaves have fallen, spray all parts of peach and nectarine trees, from trunk to stem tips, with lime sulfur.
Spray fruit trees After leaves fall by the end of November, spray peach and nectarine trees with lime sulfur (available at nurseries and home improvement stores) to control peach leaf curl.
1 -- 2 -- color in AV edition only) Peach and nectarine trees, top, line the land on Youngblood Farms in Littlerock, where Richard Youngblood, above, tends to the young bloosoms.
Spray fruit trees To control peach leaf curl, spray peach and nectarine trees with lime sulfur (available at nurseries and home improvement stores) after leaves fall.