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It's likely one of the Freckle diseases, which are primarily fungal in origin. You need to check the twigs and branches for signs of problems on those to confirm what the actual problem is, but from the images, it does look likely it's a form of scab, see here: Stone fruit scab (or freckle).


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Apricots often lose blossoms and fruits to freezes. Some varieties do better in that situation. If you can protect them, that would be advisable. If this turns out to be a frequent issue, or if your harvest doesn't survive, you might consider getting a nectacot. They're a cross between a nectarine and an apricot, but the one Gurney's sells (Honey Pearls) is ...


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