Peach Information

Area Agents for South Carolina
Andy Rollins (upstate) and Greg Henderson (Ridge)

peaches on a treeDiseases and Disorders
Research Results and Information by Dr. Guido Schnabel

Genetics and Physiology
Research Results and Information by Drs. Bert Abbott, Douglas Bielenberg, and Ksenija Gasic

Insects
Insect and Mite IPM; Label and Pesticide Stewardship Information by Dr. Dan Horton (UGA)

Peach Columns and Variety Evaluations
Research Results and Information by Dr. Desmond Layne

Rootstocks and Thinning
Research Results and Information by Dr. Greg Reighard

Traditional Breeding and Transgenics
Research Results and Information by Dr. Ksenija Gasic, Hong Luo, and Guido Schnabel

Viruses
Important viruses affecting peaches by Dr. Simon Scott

Weeds
Research Results and Information by Wayne Mitchem

Related Web Sites

The Home & Garden Information Center
Resources for South Carolina consumers and backyard growers

Agricultural Services Laboratory
Analytical and diagnostic testing of soil, feed and forage, plant tissue, irrigation water, animal waste, and compost.

Musser Fruit Farm
The Musser Center is a 240-acre fruit tree research farm with an excellent collection of commercial peach cultivars and related wild Prunus species. The farm includes nectarine, almond, apricot, plum, and cherry trees along with various interspecific hybrids.