Last year we sprayed our peaches and nectarines with Raw Milk for the first time. The results gave us our biggest crop of fruit so far. We, like everygrower of these crops, has a problem with ‘Peach Leaf Curl’ and ‘Botrytis’. They can be controlled organically with a copper fungicide. I do not like using this material, even though it is approved for organic use. Copper builds up in the soil and it can be washed off the tree quite easily. Last Year, Lorraine attended a one week class with the Soil Microbiologist, Elaine Ingham, who explained how the bacteria in raw milk have the ability to stick to the plant. This is important if rain is forecasted. The rain over the weekend was heavy, so we will see how effective it is.