Your gonna need some strong stuff to kill those bumps.LOL
But seriously, better to cut it down now then to loose many more to that cancer.
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05-28-2008, 06:24 PM #11Miller Dynasty 200DX SOLD
WeldTec Water Cooler SOLD
Miller Millermatic 180 w/ Spoolmate 100
And lots of Cut-off and grinding wheels
06-04-2008, 03:20 PM #12
Did you try looking closely at the underside of the leaves? perhaps there is some form of small bug present? use a loop or magnefyin gglass to get good look. Look for webs, silk, small blakc turds etc. It may give you and idea. It may not... But good luck none the less.Will it weld? I loooove electricity!
Miller 251/30A spool
Precix 5x10 CNC Router12"Z
Standard modern lathe
Cheap Chinese mill that does the trick... sort of...
horizontal 7x12 bandsaw
Roland XC540 PRO III
hammer and screwdriver (most used)
pooper scooper (2nd most used...)
06-05-2008, 06:56 AM #13Senior Member
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- haslet, TEXAS
I might guess coton root rot cuase of the soil y'all got up north. My dad owns a garden center here in texas I'll ask him when he gets home he'll brobably know.
Did you spray any weed killers or spread any "weed and feeds"? they usauly do more harm than help.
Last edited by 2tay530; 06-05-2008 at 07:02 AM.
06-05-2008, 09:45 AM #14
no sprays till after it occurred. i did spread some lawn feed, the scots water smart fertilizer. crazy expensive stuff.
the tree is doing much better now. i sprayed it with a plant oil (cant remember its name) and picked off any deformed or effected leaves. left it with a few less leaves but its looking good now. whatever it was seemed to go with the leaves as its not recurring.
looks like we get our peaches this year after all. it also dose not seem to have spread to the new peach, cherry, and apple trees we planted. so if i remember to spray them first thing next summer or spring we should be ok.
thanks for all the help.
Jamesthanks for the help
hope i helped
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