Is there a point when fungicides are no longer needed?
I'm growing apples, pears, peaches, and plums and some of the peaches and plums are getting close to being ripe.
Is there a point in the season when you no longer need to spray fungicides because the fruit is no longer susceptible? Here in nothern VA, the grapes themselves are no longer susceptible to mildews and rots around the fourth of July, but the leaves still are, so you still have to spray, but just the (upper) leaves not the (lower) fruit.
I was wondering if there was a similar situation for fruit?