In the spring I started an experiment with covering the peaches with a footie to prevent insects from attacking it. Well the covered ones all got brown rot. And the uncovered ones had no insects. They did have a few bird pecks. I ought to cover the tree with netting starting at the beginning of July. And I won't use footies. But all in all the New Red Haven tree preformed like a star. It was just its third year. Even with the massive losses due to the squirrels and brown rot, I picked 20 beautiful large peaches. The Reliance peach tree still hasn't produced. Well that is not really true. There is one peach on the tree right now. A very tiny little peach. It bloomed weeks later than the other tree. I got two varieties of peach trees to let them cross pollinate each other. Not that they need it but it supposedly makes them fruit better. The New Red Haven tree fruited so much I had to pull about 2/3s of the little fruit off during thinning. I don't think it needs any help.
The corn also had a transition of sorts. I sowed two beds with them. Last night the last corn from the first sowing was eaten. The next bed is just starting to get ripe. On Saturday I'll go out and check to see if we have any ready. But weirdly enough, I'm ready for a corn break. I've been eating about two ears of corn every night for a while now. But give me a couple of days and I'll want to eat them again.