I am sure it looks great the way you have done it, as you seem.
} Sep 24, Aphids on peach tree leaves. Aphids are tiny leaf-sucking pests that feed on thousands of trees. Aphid feeding leads to a sticky coating on tree leaves called honeydew, and that honeydew often attracts a mold that turns leaves black. To top it off, aphid feeding can cause leaf curling or yellowing and early leaf drop. Peach leaf curl is a serious disease that affects peach trees, causing the leaves to distort and die. If left untreated, it may lead to the tree's death.
This affliction first appears in spring. There would ordinarily be a few leaves look like this in the most shaded portion of the canopy, but not a third or more.
Could also be a nitrogen deficiency but most likely it is root or trunk damage due to weather, rot, etc. Probably not much you can do. One dry month shouldn't be a problem. Jul 14, Answer: If you're peach tree is getting yellow leaves, they are dropping and the canopy is sparse (not very many leaves,) it probably needs more water applied each time you water.
Estimated Reading Time: 7 mins. Peach trees are deciduous, naturally losing their leaves in fall, but if the leaves fall off before that, it is an indication of a disease or a problem with how the tree is being tended. The Most Common Problems with Peach Tree Leaves. May 18, Insect pests and diseases are the third cause when peaches fall from trees.
Various scabs, peach leaf curl, plum curculio, and bark cankers can all be a cause of peach tree fruit drop. Stink bugs and lygus bugs are sucking insects that attack young fruit and literally suck enough life from them to be rejected by the tree.
Frank: There's way too much fruit on that tree for the amount of foliage. I know you may never have fruit on that tree again, but that doesn't help this year. Take off at least 2/3 of the fruit and the tree will be better off. Taking off 3/4 won't be too much.