Peach – Fruit garden
Peach is a mild fruit rich in proteins, sugar, minerals and vitamins.Peach develops green, elongated leaves. They are lanceolate in shape and have pinnate veins. Flowers appear on the tree before leaves. They consist of 5 pink petals. Flowers are located individually or grouped in pairs. They contain both male (stamens) and female (pistil) reproductive organs. Honeybees are main pollinators of flowers. Fruit of peach is botanically known as drupe (stone fruit). It consists of white or yellow flesh that is covered with yellowish-red velvety skin. Varieties of peach with white flesh are sweeter compared to the peaches that have yellow flesh. Seed is large, oval in shape and protected with woody husk. Even though seed can be consumed, large doses are not recommended because it contains hydrocyanic acid which is poisonous.
Scientific name: Prunus persica
Common name: Peach
How to grow and maintain Peach:
The dirt ought to be unbiased to marginally antacid (check pH), have great seepage and a high natural substance.
Keep in mind that these trees originate from a hotter atmosphere and don’t prefer to sit in boggy ground. Guarantee your compartment is free depleting and if there aren’t satisfactory openings in the base, then penetrate a few at even intervals to enhance seepage and anticipate waterlogging. Put pruned trees in full sun.
Manure and Watering:
Apply a fluid manure each couple of weeks, and water completely when the dirt dries out. Water enough so that there is standing water in the plate under the compartment. Water again when the water from the plate has vanished. In chilly atmospheres, move your compartment inside close to a window or in a nursery from December to April.
Collecting time is reliant on product sort and assortment. It’s best to pick the organic products when they’re completely ready. Grasp one and utilize your thumb to apply delicate weight to the piece of the organic product closest to the stalk. On the off chance that it “gives” somewhat the natural product’s prepared. Peaches and nectarines are best eaten as quickly as time permits however they can be put away for a couple days in a cool place.
Pests and diseases:
Peach trees can be assaulted by aphids, winged animals, red creepy crawly parasites, earwigs and root-tie nematodes. Infections incorporate botrytis, bacterial blister and peach leaf twist. However porch developed trees are less inclined to experience the ill effects of these issues.
Last updated on February 28th, 2017