peach tree never been pruned
I have a peach tree that came with my house. The tree was badly neglected. I'm pretty sure they just planted it and never touched it again. I bought the house at the very end of summer last year. We got a ton of fruit from the tree, but it was all very small, little flavor and clingstone. This year, I'm hoping with some thinning and fertilizer that the fruit will be better quality. The main problem with the tree is that all the fruit is 15 feet in the air. I have planted 10 other fruit trees. My original plan was to wait until those trees start producing heavily and then replace this peach tree. Now my thoughts are "why waste a developed root system?" What would you guys recommend to get this tree back in to shape? At this point in time, I'm not willing to go a year without a crop. Should I wait until my other trees start to produce and then cut it off low and graft on to it? If I cut some of the higher branches would it push out growth down lower?