Jul 14, Answer: If you're peach tree is getting yellow leaves, they are dropping and the canopy is sparse (not very many leaves,) it probably needs more water applied each time you water.
Leaf yellowing Estimated Reading Time: 7 mins. Oct 10, It starts as a general yellowing with some yellow specks. Then the tip or the outer edges of the leaf turn fully yellow. By the time the entire leaf is yellow, the tip is brown and it falls off the tree. What's really weird is that at the same time that it's losing leaves, new shoots have been growing or getting longer and it's making flowers.
(It's fall now) One branch has grown. peach leaves yellowing and falling off. Below is a link showing what the leaves look like that are falling off my peach tree. The leaves that are still on the tree are yellow or greenish yellow. So far about 1/3 of the leaves have fallen off. At the rate they are going in about two or three weeks the tree will be barren. Peach Leaves Turning Yellow and Falling If your peach tree’s leaves turn yellow and fall prematurely, it is often a sign of too little water.
Newly planted trees need between 5 and 10 gallons (19 to 38 liters) of water per week in warm weather. Jun 05, Poke your soil and if it's very dank and wet you're overwatering. If it's fairly dry to the touch, it needs more water.
yellowing is also caused by fungal agents. One such"Taphrina Deformans" a fungus that causes leaf curl. Zinc/iron deficiency is also a pre-cursor for yellowing. Add a fruit tree fertilizer.