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May 18, Environmental. Environmental causes would be the next likely culprits for peach fruit falling off a tree. Late frost or even unusually cold, but not freezing, temperatures can result in a peach tree dropping fruit. High humidity as well as excessive spring heat. Jul 23, Peach tree fruit drop may be a normal process if the tree has too much fruit.

By dropping some fruit, it allows the tree to devote nutrients and water to develop the remaining fruit. You can also use propiconazole (Monterey Garden Fungi-Fighter). The peaches rotting in the bag are probably rotting due to brown rot, so it does sound like the fungus is present.

The only thing about your description that doesn't quite add up is the way the fruits are falling off before they ripen. Aug 27, being able to see your tree I will suggest you really thin your tree more than once a year, starting for you where you are in April.

That is when I start my first thinning here but on commercial Peaches. You may even have to thin every 3 weeks to generate any real size to the fruit but I must caution you that many dwarf Peaches also produce.

May 29, 3 Answers. Check your soil, it could mean that the soil is too high of the ph factor. Get about a 1/2 gallon of rotten milk and pour that at the base of the peach tree, do that maybe 4 times and it will cure your problem. It should take 1 - 2 months before you see the leaves of the tree greener and the budding of the flowers much brighter.

Oct 28, Without enough sunlight, the tree drops excess peaches that it cannot support. This may also happen if you try to grow a peach tree in a shady area that receives little sun.

May 25, I'm pretty sure this is normal -- it's called"June Drop" The tree can't possibly nurture all those fruits, so it"aborts" the ones that are not well established.

It's probably a good idea to inspect the dropped fruits for signs of insect damage, etc. though. That would tell you if.