Key Summaries: Saving Trees with Phytophthora Disease
Trees with Phytophthora Organisms or "Bleeding Canker"...
It's a fungal organism that normally lives in soil everywhere. When a tree becomes sickly or weak, the organism often moves up onto the bark. Typically, the organism blocks the flow of fluids. A healthy tree will not attract the organism up onto its bark.
Trees can show signs of "bleeding canker" when they are stresses or sick. Organisms that usually live in the soil find their way up onto the bark to live a different stage of their lives. However they can live full-time in the soil and NOT harm the tree.
Conventional approaches use chemicals to kill the organism but do not recognize that those same chemicals add further stress to the inner functionality of the tree. Application of fertilizer may also further stress the tree because of blocked circulation system.
My energy-medicine methods and approach using interactions of consciousness can help both organisms co-exist!
In an EcoPeace Treaty®, the Phytophthora organism usually offers to move into the soil where it can easily live on root exudates.
As a part of recovering its health, the tree offers to send more exudates (liquids) out of its roots into the soil zone around the roots so that the organism could feed on that.
The organism agreed NOT to hurt the roots.
The responsible people on the property agreed NOT to use chemicals, to respect the organism, and to love the tree.
The two organisms can successfully co-exist this way.
This diagram shows the structure of an EcoPeace Treaty between Phytophthora organisms and Beech trees on a client's property. The disease may also impact other kinds of trees.
Recent results are on top. Please scroll down to see highlights of these earlier results:
- Fair Haven, NJ, Copper Beech with Bleeding Canker
- Red Hook, NY, Birch Tree Regains Health
- Live Oak Tree in Bay Area, California Recovers from Spots
- Tarrytown Copper Beech Tree Recovers, the Phytophthora moves to harmless position
The Oak on the Driveway in Harding, New Jersey
This wonderful old Oak tree was on the mend in 2020. Jim has been working with it for the last 4 years.
In July and August of 2020, the area went through a short but severe drought. Right when the tree needed water to keep up its circulation system, there was no water. The drought added to the tree's stress.
Suddenly, one day, Dr. JIm saw a Phytophthora spot on its trunk.
Then, within a few weeks, a couple more spots showed up. Left unchecked, the Phytophthora organisms would kill the tree.
The organism can live in the soil. When a tree is stressed, it moves up onto the bark. The dark spots that look like bleeding are why this disease is called "Bleeding Canker."
The tree holds a special place in Jim's heart so he visited it regularly.
By November 16, 2020, after regular Dimensional LIghtwork and EcoPeace Treaty treatments, the spots were fading.
Fading spots means that the tree is healthier and organisms are retreating to the soil.
Fair Haven, NJ, Copper Beech with Bleeding Canker
Copper Beech in Spring; bright red leaves. This magnificent tree is 5 stories tall, other trees show green around it.
After a very wet autumn in 2007, the tree suddenly showed a bleeding canker, evidence of Phytophthora disease. Dr. Conroy's hands-on, bioenergy healing treatments rejuvenated the tree's inner health. With better functionality inside of the tree, the disease naturally began coming into dynamic balance with the tree.
By the next spring, the spot was naturally clearing. By summer, the spot was hard to see. The Tree Whispering® and Green Centrics® systems that I developed improve the inner functionality.
Inner healing occurs when a plant's or tree's inner parts, systems, and the aggregate of inner processes are bioenergetically transformed and imprinted with new and healthy patterns of operation.
It's like plugging in a lamp: you don't see the electricity flow but the light comes on!
In subsequent years, the spot was entirely gone.
I co-created an agreement between this amazing Copper Beech and the Phytophthora organisms. This work was a very early version of an EcoPeace Treaty, but we weren't calling these agreements in consciousness by that name yet.
Read about the genesis of EcoPeace Treaties in our book Live and Let Live: How Multidimensional Collaboration Heals Ecosystems.
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Red Hook, NY, Birch Tree Regains Health
By 2011, we named the agreements in consciousness "EcoPeace Treaties." Dr. Conroy worked with this wonderful old Birch tree in upstate New York to develop the three-way agreement process. The homeowner supported this work at every step.
The organisms only live on the trunk of a tree when the tree is weak. By improving the inner functionality of this Birch tree with bioenergy and consciousness, the organism receded to live as normal in the soil.
California Coastal Live Oak Tree called "Delilah" in Bay Area Recovers from Spots
Trees are on "tree-time." In other words, it can take some years for a tree to respond to Green Centrics and Cooperative BioBalance® bioenergy treatments in order to regain its internal health. Since this tree is all the way across the country from our headquarters, the property owner took photos that showed wonderful new leafing-out on the tree she calls "Delilah." The tree is still somewhat weak from years of California drought and from the neighbor's poor landscaping choice. The tree is on the property line; the neighbor chose to add 6-8 inches of fill over this tree's roots in order to do plantings of his own. This nearly cost Live Oak Tree "Delilah" her life. Because of bad relations, the soil could not be removed. But, my bioenergy work and the EcoPeace Treaty with the organisms have saved the tree.
By 2014, I was perfecting the EcoPeace Treaty process. While the tree uses the new information patterns to become more healthy, it develops a different relationship with the organism. Supported by the insights of my consciousness, the 2 living beings work out ways that they can co-exist, even support each other.
The Tarrytown Beech, overlooking the Hudson River in Tarrytown New York
I started an EcoPeace Treaty on this glorious 5-story tall Beech tree in 2014. Phytophthora organisms--called "bleeding canker" were already hurting the tree. Over the next few years, the red 'bleeding' appearance dissipated. All that is left is some grey discoloration of the bark.