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When Should Peach Trees Be Pruned in Pennsylvania?

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When Should Peach Trees Be Pruned in Pennsylvania?

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Mature peach trees should be pruned in May and June in Pennsylvania. Trim aggressively-growing branches to about half their length.

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Sandy Mitchell is an Ohio-based writer, blogger and editor. She writes for "The Better Drink" and other online publications. Before devoting herself full-time to writing, Mitchell was a travel agent and cruise school instructor for 18 years. She holds a Bachelor of Science in business administration from Bowling Green State University.