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Howdy,
I'm wondering if I'm looking at bacterial spot or some other disease or pest on a young peach tree?

If anyone has any info or perspective, tis much appreciated.
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Looks more like a fungal issue. I learnt that spots from bacterial infections usually don't cross the leaf veins, while fungal infections are on the surface of the leaf and aren't inhibited by the veins.
 
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Thank you. I appreciate your perspective. Turns out I've got some more serious issues with both trees having cankers.
 
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