One of my two peach trees is so heavily laden with peaches that I fear the limbs will break. They are hanging almost to the ground. My Master Gardner cousin told me to pick some of the peaches off and throw them away. I hate to do that. I wonder, if it survives the crop, if I need to prune it in a different way for next year. I had to get far back to photograph as the tree has blocked the back yard. I will post a close up of how the limbs are in such trouble. Tell me what you would do.
How does my garden look? What kind of straw is on the ground? I learned on hometalk to not use pine straw so I took it up and replaced it with this. I have forgotten why but I think it was due to too much acid in pine straw. Someone please enlighten me on what I have done.
Please please tell me if this is going to work or not. I have secured all finish nail parts. I have glued and pressed in place the bottom of the worse case door. I even nailed it to
the frame with 3 finish nails. I sprayed it down with water inside and out. Tomorrow I will prime all the outside wood on both doors and apply the top coats when prime is dry. After all that I believe I can finish all the necessary paint and will have straight doors. Will it work or am I dreaming. I am too old to take the doors off the hinges but I have tightened the hinges and added a missing screw. INPUT PLEASE.