Please click through the photo album. . . . . . Read the whole story below. . . . . . . A picturesque residential lake in northern New Jersey, the residents’ association has been combating Lyngbia in their waters for years. Dr. Conroy’s Cooperative BioBalance® ecosystem study there was launched in 2011.
Lyngbya is a filament-type organism that spreads aggressively. A single filment can regenerate a new patch of itself.
Some reduction in the Lyngbya patches by September, 2011.
On July 22, 2012, parts of the lake where Dr. Jim Conroy was working showed some signs of improvement. Unfortunately, the governing board insisted on using chemicals in the water.
On May 12, 2013, the governing board was still authorizing the use of chemicals in the water. This made Dr. Jim's work much harder.
Institute for Cooperative BioBalance® EcoSystem Research Study at Glenwild Lake, NJ, involving the lake water and the invasive organism “Lyngbya”
Some of the homeowners around Glenwild Lake are eager to use a holistic approach to the problem of Lyngbya clogging their waters. They also want to minimize the use of chemicals in their waters.
The study began in 2011 with promising results so far that showed some reduction in the patches of Lyngbya.
The governing board of the lake allowed chemicals to be used in the water since New Jersey’s laws permit this.
The use of such killing agents disrupts the EcoPeace Treaty™ which Dr. Jim puts in place. This compromises the results.
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