Peach Organic Fertilizer Program

Peach Organic Fertilizer Program

Agri-Boost is an organic and locally produced fertiliser, with sterilised abattoir blood and bone as main ingredients. The final product is further fortified with Sea Kelp, Fulvic acid, Humic acid, nano micro-elements and soil micro-organism to ensure a well balanced organic food source for plants and soil.  We can help you to farm more sustainable and cost effectively, by easily adding this Peach Organic Fertilizer Program to your conventional program.

Key Facts of Peaches

The cultivation of peaches originated in China, where people have been growing them for thousands of years. Nowadays, people grow peaches in many different parts of the world, such as the United States, Italy, Spain, and Greece.

  • Nutritional benefits: Peaches are a good source of vitamins A and C, potassium, and fiber. They are also low in calories and fat.
  • Varieties: There are many different varieties of peaches, including clingstone and freestone peaches. Clingstone peaches have flesh that sticks to the pit, while freestone peaches have flesh that easily separates from the pit.
  • Season: Peaches are typically in season from May to September, depending on the region where they are grown.
  • Appearance: Peaches have a fuzzy, velvety skin that can be yellow, orange, or red. The flesh inside is juicy and sweet, with a large pit in the center.
  • Culinary uses: People can consume peaches fresh, canned, or cooked in a variety of dishes, such as desserts like peach cobbler and peach pie.
  • Health benefits: Peaches contain antioxidants that can help protect against certain types of cancer and heart disease. They may also have anti-inflammatory properties and help improve digestion.
  • Storage: To store peaches correctly, keep them at room temperature until they are ripe, and after that, refrigerate them to slow down the ripening process. They can also be frozen for later use.
  • Harvesting: Peaches are typically harvested when they are slightly firm and have a bit of give when pressed gently. Overripe peaches may be too soft and may have begun to decay.
  • Cultivation: For peach trees to bear fruit, they require a specific number of chilling hours, meaning they need to be exposed to cold temperatures for a certain amount of time during the winter. They also require well-draining soil and plenty of sunlight.
  • Cultural significance: Peaches have played an important role in many cultures throughout history, including in Chinese mythology and in the famous novel “The Peach Blossom Spring” by Tao Yuanming. In the United States, Georgia is known as the “Peach State” and hosts an annual Peach Festival.

Fertilizing spinach is important because it helps provide the necessary nutrients for healthy growth and development. Spinach, a leafy green vegetable, is famous for its high nutrient content, which includes vitamins A, C, and K, as well as minerals such as iron, calcium, and magnesium.

Planting Peach Trees

  • Choose a planting site: Peach trees require well-draining soil and plenty of sunlight. Choose a spot that receives at least 6-8 hours of direct sunlight each day and has good drainage.
  • Prepare the soil: Remove any weeds or grass from the planting site, and till the soil to a depth of at least 12 inches. Add organic matter like compost or aged manure to improve the soil’s fertility and drainage.
  • Purchase the tree: You can buy peach trees from a nursery or garden center. Look for a healthy tree with a straight trunk and no signs of disease or damage.
  • Dig the hole: Dig a hole that’s slightly larger than the tree’s root ball. The depth of the hole should be the same as the height of the root ball.
  • Plant the tree: Place the tree in the hole and spread out its roots. Make sure the top of the root ball is level with the surrounding soil. Fill in the hole with soil, and water the tree well.
  • Mulch: Add a layer of mulch around the base of the tree to help retain moisture and suppress weeds. Keep the mulch a few inches away from the trunk to prevent moisture buildup.
  • Water and fertilize: Water the tree regularly, especially during hot, dry weather. Fertilizer your trees with this Peach Organic Fertilizer Program.
  • Prune: Peach trees require regular pruning to remove dead or diseased wood, improve air circulation, and maintain a manageable size. Prune in late winter or early spring, before new growth appears.
  • Harvest: Most peach varieties ripen in late summer. Harvest the fruit when it’s fully ripe and has a slight give when gently squeezed.

Tree Grow 2-4 Years Before Bearing Fruit

The amount of time it takes for a peach tree to bear fruit can vary depending on several factors, including the variety of tree, the age of the tree at planting, and the growing conditions. In general, most peach trees will begin to produce fruit after 2-4 years of growth. However, some varieties may take longer, up to 5-6 years, before they bear fruit.

When you plant a new peach tree, it is vital to choose a variety that can thrive in your specific climate and growing conditions. You should also make sure the tree is healthy and well-cared for, with proper watering, fertilization, and pruning. By providing optimal growing conditions and proper care, you can help your peach tree reach maturity and begin producing fruit as soon as possible.

Peach Cultivars

  • Yellow-fleshed peaches: These are the most common type of peach, with a yellow to orange flesh and a sweet, juicy flavor.
  • White-fleshed peaches: These peaches have a creamy white flesh and a milder, less acidic flavor than yellow-fleshed varieties.
  • Nectarines: Nectarines are a type of peach with a smooth, fuzz-free skin. They have a similar flavor and texture to peaches, but with a slightly firmer flesh.
  • Donut peaches: Also known as Saturn peaches, these are a flat, disc-shaped variety of peach with a white or yellow flesh and a sweet flavor.
  • Red and pink-fleshed peaches: These peaches have a reddish or pinkish hue to their flesh, and may have a slightly tart flavor.
  • Clingstone peaches: These peaches have flesh that clings tightly to the pit, making them more difficult to pit and slice. They are typically used for canning or processing.
  • Freestone peaches: These peaches have flesh that easily separates from the pit, making them easier to prepare for eating or cooking.

There are many different varieties within each type of peach, each with its own unique flavor, texture, and appearance.

This Peach Organic Fertilizer Program can help increase your fruit harvest and tree health.

Program Disclaimer


Please keep in mind that these programs were developed without being based on any soil analysis. Some applications as per the schedule may be reduced or eliminated if the farmer is happy with the progress of the crop. This program will allow the farmer to drastically reduce or even eliminate his conventional chemical fertilizer program. The program can be adjusted as the season progresses and it is the farmer’s choice to follow the above program. The idea always remains to keep the farmer’s production costs as low as possible and to achieve the same or an increase of yield.


Neem asseblief kennis dat hierdie programme ontwikkel is dat geen grond ontledings ontvang is nie. Sommige toedienings volgens die skedule kan verminder of uitgeskakel word indien die boer tevrede is met die vordering van sy gewasse. Hierdie programme sal die boer in staat stel om sy konvensionele chemiese bemestingsprogram drasties te verminder of selfs uit te skakel. Die program kan aangepas word soos die seisoen vorder en dit is die boer se keuse om bogenoemde program te volg. Die idee bly altyd om die boer se produksiekoste so laag as moontlik te hou en om dieselfde of ’n opbrengsverhoging te behaal.

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