I got rid of all my super early peaches. Now the earliest we have is Earlystar, Harrow Diamond, and Spring Snow. All of those ripen about -21.
This year the spring was really late in coming, so it pushed everything back. But this heat is advancing things forward a bit. So most of the earliest peaches are about a week away from first picking.
We do have one tree of Harrow Diamond on a K1 rootstock. It always ripens about a week to 10 days before the other Harrow Diamonds. I have been picking fruit off it the last few days. I just tasted one fruit and it was good. A customer who bought some the day before, called yesterday to tell me the peaches were very good.
We’ve been starting to sell some Navaho blackberries. They ripen a little before our Apache and Triple Crown. There was a very good berry set, but the berries are getting sunburn because of the intense heat/sun and I see a lot of white druplet this year because of the heat.