This tree suffered the loss of a large branch during the October 2011 snow storm in New Jersey. The tree told Dr. Jim that it needs to make enough food to compensate for the loss of that big branch.
By restoring the internal health of the tree, food can move to where it is needed to run the tree’s parts and functions. Dr. Conroy’s Tree Whispering and Cooperative BioBalance treatment involved strengthening the tree’s food production. Dr. JIm said, “There is a fine balancing act that the tree needs to accomplish in order to be able to support itself long enough until it can put on new branches and leaves to compensate for the loss of the big branch and other smaller branches.”
In the Northeast USA, many trees have awakened from then winter dormancy early–winter was extremely mild so Spring came early. Today, Dr. Jim made an EcoPeace Treaty between between the Peach trees at the Community Supported Garden at Genesis Farm and disease organisms which usually impact the peaches’ health. Disease organisms agreed to live on the leaves already on the ground, not on the fruit. The disease organisms would wait and spread to new leaves on the ground as they might fall.
Dr. Jim added, “As for insects which might come to the peach trees, if the fruit is not diseased, there is less opening for insects. Insects agreed to remain in moderation as long as they could live there. This is all part of interconnectedness of the ecosystem.”