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Gummosis in a peach tree

 
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Location: Ruther Glen, Virginia
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I had to cut down my peach tree due to a widespread infection from the trunk up. Almost broke my heart. Since Virginia gets notoriously humid in summer, should I treat the soil with something like liquid copper so it doesn't come back or spread to the neighbors? Any advice is welcome!
Thanks,
Marion
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