In April 2017, a lady asked the practitioner for treatment for her peach tree affected by gummosis. There were no leaves left on the tree. The previous year, she had not picked any fruit as there was almost none and the very few remaining peaches were full of maggots. The practitioner prepared the following combo:
CC1.2 Plant tonic…OW
She was instructed to dissolve 5 granules into 200ml water; when dissolved, shake well and then add water to make one litre; shake well again and if needed, add water to make up to 10 litres.
The lady sprayed the tree only twice at two weeks’ interval. Three days after the first spray, leaves started to grow.
The September 2017 peach harvest was both excellent and unusual with 30 kilograms of beautiful non-wormy peaches and the leaves remain superb.
Tree owner’s comments:
I marvel at my peach harvest this year and I made plenty of jam and cakes. On seeing the result, I sprayed all the plants of my garden in the same way and I am very happy with the results.
*Gummosis is a disease of plants that is characterized by the flow of a gummy substance on the surface of branches or the trunk of certain trees. This disease of physiological or parasitic origin particularly affects certain deciduous trees, such as cherry, plum, apricot, peach and citrus fruits.