Please click through the photo album. . . . . . Read the whole story below. . . . . June 21, 2006. Hemlock Hedge in Greenwich, CT, USA, at risk for Woolly Adelgid insect. Received Dr. Conroy's bioenergy healing treatment this day.
Please click through the photo album. . . . . . Read the whole story below. . . . . June 21, 2006.  Hemlock Hedge in Greenwich, CT, USA, at risk for Woolly Adelgid insect.  Received Dr. Conroy
September 13, 2006. Hemlock Hedge shows abundant new growth.
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November 13, 2006. The Hemlock trees showed no ill effects from Woolly Adelgid and formed a tight, green privacy hedge.
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November 5, 2007. The Hemlock trees in this hedge are healthy, showing no signed of Wooly Adelgid damage. Dr. Jim provided a "tune-up" treatment for the hedge early in the season.
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May 13, 2009. Even 2 years later, the Hemlock Hedge is healthy and showing no signs of damage from Woolly Adelgid.
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Hemlock Hedge CoExists with Woolly Adelgid Insect in Greenwich, CT

Many Greenwich, CT, USA, homeowners use trimmed Hemlock trees as privacy hedges around their properties.

In 2006, the insect, Wooly Adelgid, infested this Hemlock hedge.  The homeowner used an organic horticultural oil to knock the insect infestation back.  However, that did not help the trees recover their inner health.  She invited Dr. Jim to heal the hedge in June, 2006.

The Hemlock hedge was lush and green three months later.  Dr. Jim Conroy’s philosophy is based on rejuvenating trees’ inner health.  Inner healing occurs when a plant’s or tree’s inner parts, systems, and the aggregate of inner processes are bioenergeticly transformed and imprinted with new and healthy patterns of operation.  With these Hemlocks and the insect, Dr. Conroy also used his innovative CoExistence Technologies.

November 13, 2006.  The Hemlock trees showed no ill effects from Woolly Adelgid and formed a tight, green privacy hedge.

From 2007 to 2009, the Hemlock Hedge continued to live in co-existence and balance with the Woolly Adelgid insect.  it remained healthy, green, and strong.  Dr. Jim gave the hedge periodic “tune-up’ treatments.

In 2010, the Hemlock Hedge was effected by winter salt damage.  Please see Hemlock Hedge & Salt Damage for that story.