I have a 15 assorted peach trees, including a 6 year old Elberta that was quite loaded this sping. We did have a damaging freeze that took out around 20% of the fruits, but the rest came out ok. The weather has been such that I've maintained the best spray schedule in years, and I thinned this tree heavily just like the others. Yesterday, when I inspected the trees, I discovered that this tree had dropped all of its fruit. I mean there are 2 peaches left on this tree. The temps here have shot up to the upper 80's and we have begun our annual monsoon season w/5 inches of rain this week. Still, all the other trees look pretty good. This tree looks good too; it just dropped all its fruit. Could it be a delayed reaction to the freeze, the sudden burst of heat, the sprays, insects, the rain??