My peaches should be getting ripe enough to pick in the next two or three weeks. After a summer of drought conditions and record breaking temperatures, this last week it's dropped into the 50s and we've had tons of rain, at least 2-3 inches in my area in the last 10 days.
I just came in from checking my peaches. They're still green and nowhere near full size, but quite a few of them are oozing a clear gel, especially if they've been punctured or injured in some way.
This is the first time I've seen this. Is this a disease? Or has the tree sucked up so much of the recent rain that the peaches are waterlogged, and they're kind of exploding?