I have about 12 fruit trees (one pear, three peach and the rest are apple). We had an early warm spell which kicked the trees into high gear and they started to blossom. Unfortunately, we had 2 nights this week when the temperature got down to below freezing.
My trees are too big to really cover and while I tried to place a halogen work light on two of them all night, I didn't have any other way of protecting them from frost.
Someone told me that if you get up the next morning and spray the trees with water before the sun hits them that it will prevent damage to the tree/fruit.
Is this true?