Case Study Unesco Wold Heritage site Engelsbergs Bruk, Västmanland, Sweden 2015-2016
Broadleaf trees suffering from contaminated, bacterially dominant soils.
The broadleaf trees in this gallery were initially documented in late summer 2015. During the growing season of 2016 the trees were root injected with a 59degrees fungal dominant bioactive extract. The foliage was sprayed with a N and Mn rich foliar feed to support the leaf to build chloroplasts. The after shots were taken during the same growing season. The trees to date are without doubt the healthiest under our care. We have since had no issues with pathogenic disease or leaf predation. Leaf volume to date is estimated at 10x to that documented in 2016.