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I have a peachcot tree that is in fruit now (they are doing really well and getting quite big) but the tree has leaf curl. Is it ok to spray now or is it better to wait until the fruit is over?? Any help would be appreciated.

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It is best to spray for leaf curl in late winter when buds first swell as a preventative measure. You can apply when disease first appears and repeat every 10 days or so as required. Do not apply later than 1 day before harvest. Use Yates Leaf Curl Copper Fungicide Spray. Read safety directions before use.

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