CLICK TO SEE SLIDE SHOW. . . . . . Jason, the Superintendent of a golf course in West Virginia, pays close attention to his greens.
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Dr. Jim Conroy and Jason discuss the problems with diseases on the greens.
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Dr. Jim faciliates an EcoPeace Treaty between the grasses of the greens and their disease organisms and Jason, as the responsible person.
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Three days later, Jason took a series of photos with his smart-phone. In this shot, the "green" is on the right and the arrow points to an incidence of disease just on the "collar" of the green.
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Jason took this little bit closer shot of the disease. The arrow points to an incidence of disease just on the "collar" of the green.
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Jason took this close-up shot of the disease. The arrow points to an incidence of disease just on the "collar" of the green.
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Jason, the superintendent of the Guyan Golf and Country Club in West Virginia, asked Dr. Jim Conroy to help the trees and the greens on the course.  Jason is a forward-thinking innovator in his field and wants to put to work the latest approaches and technologies.

He does his best to use organic approaches whenever possible on the golf course.  He feels that his protecting his members and the environment by doing so.

Without using any products, Dr. Jim Conroy accomplishes the rejuvenation of the health of trees and whole ecosystems.

Jason’s first concern was the disease on the 3rd green.  He and Dr. Jim Conroy consulted. The EcoPeace Treaty that Dr. Jim mediated between the grasses and the disease organisms resulted in an immediate success.  This is the structure of the EcoPeace Treaty that Dr. Jim facilitated:

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Jason sent photos just three days later showing that the disease was ONLY on the collar of the green, not on the green itself.

 

 

 

 

 

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