How should I prune/train my Peach Trees?
I have read extensively on planting and pruning/training Peach trees from several University Extension sites. These usually start with heading the tree and then go on from there to create the open center (e.g. http://www.ces.ncsu.edu/depts/hort/hil/ag29.html).
Since I have planted 2 trees this Fall in Gainesville, Florida (Tropic Snow and Flordacrest), I am unsure how to prune/train my trees.
My trees have been headed and the picture here shows a 4-foot level in the picture for scale. My question is this: Ir order to create the open-center/vase shape of my tree, should I trim back these branches that are going vertical? Should I train them somehow to make them less upright? if so, how?
Thanks in advance!