Institute for Cooperative BioBalance® EcoSystem Research Study at Genesis Farm’s Community Supported Garden in Blairstown, NJ, USA, with the Peach Orchard and Blossom End Rot Disease
In 2004, Dr. Jim Conroy was in the third year of developing his unique, hands-on, bioenergy healing professional processes called Tree Whispering®, Green Centrics™, and CoExistence Technologies™ .
The Genesis Community Supported Garden in Blairstown, NJ, granted him permission to do research and development on their organic crops and orchards. The CSG operates strictly organically. Dr. Conroy’s work is compatible since he uses absolutely no products or conventional techniques.
In the second photo of the slide show above, “Dr. Jim” is seen establishing a bioenergy intuitive interface with one of the peach trees. This is an unconventional approach. He communicates with the intelligence and natural wisdom of the tree and with that of the disease organism to find out how both life forms might co-exist.
In 2005, the peach trees at the CSG developed Blossom End Rot. This is a common disease in peach trees. Always advancing his work, Dr. Jim began using CoExistence Technologies holistic approach to connect and bring balance between the peach trees, the peaches, and the disease organisms. The peach harvest was excellent that year.
He continued to work on the peaches every year subsequently. In 2011, the spring was very wet. That would be a favorable condition for disease development. However, the leaves and skin of the peaches were clear as shown in the slide show above.
In 2013, the peach harvest was exceptionally good.
In 2015, another record peach harvest. Both the leaves and skin of the peaches showed the success of the EcoPeace Treaty done early in the season.
Shareholders of the Community Supported Garden (sometimes called a “CSA”) said they they have not seen so many lovely, tasty, peaches in their shares in years. People are included in any ecosystem because of their caring for it or other kind of participation. The shareholders are also the beneficiaries of the EcoPeace Treaty between the Peach Trees and the disease organisms.
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