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by Cuttings
15 Oct 2017, 08:39
Forum: Scrapbook
Topic: The Effects of Biodynamic Farming on the Environment and Food Quality
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The Effects of Biodynamic Farming on the Environment and Food Quality

The Effects of Biodynamic Farming on the Environment and Food Quality Story at-a-glance Food quality is determined by how it was grown. Certified organic food helps you avoid pesticides. But even organic foods may be lacking in important nutrients if grown in nutrient-poor soils Biodynamic farming ...
by Cuttings
07 Oct 2017, 09:21
Forum: Scrapbook
Topic: Press: Possum Peppers
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Views: 2301

Press: Possum Peppers

Northern Advocate, NZ. 7-Oct- 2017 When it comes to pesky possums some people see red - and some just see grey. One entry in the WWF-New Zealand's Conservation Innovation Awards 2017 has added another tone, a dusty ash grey, to the 50 shades. The entry from Kerikeri promotes a new take on an old-wo...
by Cuttings
07 Oct 2017, 09:21
Forum: Peppers: potentised and traditional
Topic: Press: Possum Peppers
Replies: 0
Views: 2671

Press: Possum Peppers

Northern Advocate, NZ. 7-Oct- 2017 When it comes to pesky possums some people see red - and some just see grey. One entry in the WWF-New Zealand's Conservation Innovation Awards 2017 has added another tone, a dusty ash grey, to the 50 shades. The entry from Kerikeri promotes a new take on an old-wo...
by Cuttings
18 Dec 2015, 02:48
Forum: Scrapbook
Topic: Pope Celebrates 79th Birthday With ‘Biodynamic Cake’
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Views: 2663

Pope Celebrates 79th Birthday With ‘Biodynamic Cake’

http://www.ncregister.com/blog/edward-pentin/pope-celebrates-79th-birthday-with-biodynamic-cake Pope Francis today blew out 79 candles on a giant “biodynamic” lemon cake made especially for his birthday and delivered to his St. Marta residence. The low-calorie dessert, made from free-range eggs, Ita...
by Cuttings
04 Sep 2015, 21:49
Forum: Scrapbook
Topic: Daily Mail
Replies: 0
Views: 2271

Daily Mail

http://www.pressreader.com/uk/scottish-daily-mail/20150902/282767765367080/TextView Old country wisdom can save our farms Scottish Daily Mail2 Sep 2015 Having been a farmer for 20 years, I know that few jobs demand more commitment, integrity and sheer hard graft than livestock farming. The supermark...
by Cuttings
22 Aug 2015, 10:12
Forum: Scrapbook
Topic: New Education Initiative
Replies: 0
Views: 2154

New Education Initiative

The BD Ag College Please find the attached document that outlines the intention and direction forward of the BD Ag College. Please join us if you see this as a valuable direction for Dr Steiner's work to develop. Membership fees can be paid via http://www.bdmax.co.nz/shop/category/61 Please forward ...
by Cuttings
23 Jul 2015, 09:39
Forum: Scrapbook
Topic: BDFarm - i
Replies: 1
Views: 2577

Re: BDFarm - ii

The Biodynamic Farm Body, Part 2 By Darby Smith, Sun Dog Farm The Abdomen of the Farm Body Above the diaphragm, the boundary encompassing all life, are the reproductive, endocrine, digestive, and gas exchanging organs of your farm body. As plants drop fruits that rot, as manure hits the ground, the ...
by Cuttings
18 Jul 2015, 08:26
Forum: Scrapbook
Topic: BDFarm - i
Replies: 1
Views: 2577

BDFarm - i

http://www.motherearthnews.com/organic-gardening/the-biodynamic-farm-body-part-1-zbcz1507.aspx The Biodynamic Farm Body, Part 1 By Darby Smith, Sun Dog Farm Over at Sun Dog Farm things are moving at a hare's pace. The Spring crops are sprinting for the finish line while the Summer crops swell and sp...
by Cuttings
06 Jul 2015, 07:35
Forum: Scrapbook
Topic: 2015 Snapshot
Replies: 0
Views: 2264

2015 Snapshot

https://www.dropbox.com/s/xvr13l7pya3e1za/Mark%20Moodie%20July%20HH.pdf?dl=0 Potentised Remedies for Plants and Soils: A Snapshot of Agrohomeopathy in 2015 in Relation to its Past and Possible Future Mark Moodie Repeatable and predictable responses by plants to potentised materials such as homeopath...
by Cuttings
16 May 2015, 09:59
Forum: Scrapbook
Topic: The Science of Biodynamic Agriculture
Replies: 0
Views: 2294

The Science of Biodynamic Agriculture

The Science of Biodynamic Agriculture Hugh Lovell from his book Quantum agriculture - Biodynamics and beyond Biodynamic Agriculture is a comprehensive method of self-sufficient agriculture that produces exceedingly nutritious food. It grew out of Rudolf Steiner’s agriculture lectures which were giv...
by Cuttings
16 May 2015, 09:41
Forum: Scrapbook
Topic: Empirical evidence: organic/biodynamic viticulture
Replies: 0
Views: 2300

Empirical evidence: organic/biodynamic viticulture

Empirical evidence: organic/biodynamic vit = more textured wines A six-year comparison of organic, biodynamic, and “low-input” and “high-input” viticulture (three years of conversion, three of maintenance) recently came to fruition in South Australia, courtesy of researchers at the University of Ad...
by Cuttings
14 May 2015, 21:10
Forum: Scrapbook
Topic: Wine growers are toasting biodynamic methods
Replies: 0
Views: 2174

Wine growers are toasting biodynamic methods

Wine growers are toasting biodynamic methods Biodynamic winemaking is having a moment in the sun (and moon) as vintners convert to its eco-friendly - if esoteric - methods. It's thirsty work, says Paul Gallagher Wine making is a complicated business. The vagaries of the weather, the impact of pests...
by Cuttings
30 Apr 2015, 21:23
Forum: Scrapbook
Topic: Let the moon shine
Replies: 0
Views: 2309

Let the moon shine

Let the moon shine Is biodynamic wine anything to cheer about? Cow horns buried in the soil, lunar cycles and cosmic rhythms. It all sounds like some sort of ancient ritual. In reality though, these are some of the ingredients that go into producing biodynamic wine. But let’s start from the very be...
by Cuttings
22 Apr 2015, 10:07
Forum: Preparations: potentised and traditional
Topic: Cacti
Replies: 0
Views: 2173

Cacti

http://www.narayana-verlag.com/homeoplant-experiences-Mechanical+damage,+repotting/10 After taking out my cacti from the dark storage cellar in spring (at the beginning of May, when there is no further danger of frost) to put them outdoors again, the first thing I do is to water them with Natrium ch...