Peach Socks - Bacterial Spot
This is the first year I've had a substantial crop of peaches on my trees. I decided to try using nylon socks. I've had the socks on for about a month now and most of the peaches are beyond thumb size. Recently I noticed most of the peaches are oozing small droplets and the socks are sticking to the peach. I have noticed PC on my trees, so at first I thought maybe PC was able to bite through the socks to the fruit and perhaps it was the wound from the PC that was oozing. However, after removing one of the socks I found mutltiple "wounds" on the fruit and looks like it could be Bacterial Spot or Peach Scab. I'm fairly new to fruit growing so I'm having a hard time identifying what my problem is.
I guess my question is, will using nylon socks increase the risk of Bacterial Spot and Peach Scab? The trees have only seen one spray of copper at the dormant stage, so I'm sure that's part of my problem, but I'm wondering if using socks is going to create a disease problem that makes them not worth using to combat my insect problem.