Hi everyone, A couple years ago I had a nectarine tree in my yard die from Peach Leaf Curl (I tried treating it but nothing worked), and a new peach tree has taken its place from the rootstock. I'm not sure which variety it is, but it has long, thin branches and green leaves... Most rootstock trees I've seen photos of have red leaves. It blossomed this year with many relatively inconspicuous pink blossoms, and now has plenty of fruit growing on it. I'm not sure if it's self-fertile, and there's another "real" nectarine tree a few feet from the roostock one (it was planted there before the rootstock made a tree). Anyway, since this tree is growing fruit, I'm wondering what the quality of it will be like. I know this variety of peach isn't selected for its fruit, so I'm kind of assuming it will be mediocre at best. But since I have the nectarine tree next to the rootstock peach tree, and there is a strong likelihood that it was cross-pollinated, would that improve the quality of the fruit? Last year the nectarine tree got Peach Leaf Curl, but the rootstock tree was completely unaffected and its growth is more vigorous than the nectarine tree. Since it has a lot of fruit growing on it now, should I remove some? Or should I wait a couple months and then remove some? Since the branches on this tree are so thin, should I prune the tree to keep it more compact? Thanks in advance for any help!