The North American Maria Thun Biodynamic Calendar

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ISBN: 178250432X
Release Date: 2017-09-14
Number of pages:
Author: Matthias Thun

Download and read online The North American Maria Thun Biodynamic Calendar in PDF and EPUB The 2018 Maria Thun biodynamic calendar, now in its 56th year, adapted for North American (Eastern Standard Time) dates and times.This useful guide shows the optimum days for sowing, pruning, and harvesting various plant-crops, as well as working with bees. It includes Thun's unique insights, which go above and beyond the standard information presented in some other lunar calendars. It is presented in colour with clear symbols and explanations.The calendar includes a pullout wallchart that can be pinned up in a barn, shed or greenhouse as a handy quick reference.

Biodynamic Gardening

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ISBN: 9781465441034
Release Date: 2015-04-07
Number of pages: 256
Author: DK
Publisher: Penguin

Download and read online Biodynamic Gardening in PDF and EPUB A simple step-by-step guide to biodynamics This is the easy guide to getting luscious fruit and vegetables and gorgeous flowers by harnessing the rhythms of nature and using all-natural methods. For gardeners looking for a self-sufficient, ethical approach that produces great results, biodynamics is the ultimate form of organic gardening. DK's trademark visual approach and practical advice shows the home gardener how to get the best from their garden using biodynamic methods. Biodynamic Gardening is the perfect introduction to this ultra-green method, explaining how it works by improving soil health and performing key tasks at optimal times. Focused chapters show you what to do in the garden each season, including preparing and feeding the soil, caring for plants, keeping a balanced garden ecosystem, and harvesting at the best times for the best flavor. It also includes step-by-step features explain how to make the special soil preparations biodynamic gardening is so famous for.

Agriculture Course

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ISBN: 9781855841482
Release Date: 2004
Number of pages: 175
Author: Rudolf Steiner
Publisher: Rudolf Steiner Press

Download and read online Agriculture Course in PDF and EPUB When Rudolf Steiner gave these lectures 80 years ago, industrial farming was on the rise and organic methods were being replaced in teh name of science, efficiency and technology. With the widespread alarm over the quality of food in recent years, and the growth of the organic movement and its mainstream acceptance, perceptions are changing. With these talks, Steiner created and launched biodynamic farming - a specific form of agriculture which has come to be regarded as premium organic.

Gardening for Life

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ISBN: CORNELL:31924073891636
Release Date: 1999
Number of pages: 127
Author: Angelika Throll-Keller

Download and read online Gardening for Life in PDF and EPUB Biodynamic techniques recognise that plant life is intimately bound up with the life of the soil; that the soil itself is alive and that the degree of vitality influences the health of the crops. You will soon be able to grow quality produce which possesses vitality and has the highest flavour, through the nurture of the soil.Whether you are an experienced gardener or not, whether or not you have used permaculture or grown organic produce before, this book offers valuable, easily accessible tips

The Biodynamic Year

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ISBN: 9781902636863
Release Date: 2007
Number of pages: 120
Author: Maria Thun
Publisher: Temple Lodge Publishing

Download and read online The Biodynamic Year in PDF and EPUB Join the author on a journey through the seasons and discover great new tips and suggestions. The Biodynamic Year contains a wealth of advice for gardeners who wish to care for and manage nature more responsibly and successfully.

What Is Biodynamics

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ISBN: 9780880109895
Release Date: 2005-11-01
Number of pages: 103
Author: Rudolf Steiner
Publisher: SteinerBooks

Download and read online What Is Biodynamics in PDF and EPUB "This edition has been edited by Marcia Merryman Means, who also wrote the short introductions before each lecture"--T.p. verso.

Grasp the Nettle

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ISBN: 1869416570
Release Date: 2004
Number of pages: 192
Author: Peter Proctor
Publisher: Steiner Books

Download and read online Grasp the Nettle in PDF and EPUB Contains appendices, bibliography, index.

Sacred Agriculture

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ISBN: 158420141X
Release Date: 2013
Number of pages: 377
Author: Dennis Klocek
Publisher: Lindisfarne Press

Download and read online Sacred Agriculture in PDF and EPUB Biodynamic methods are increasingly used by farmers, gardeners and winemakers. Dennis Klocek argues that, in order to use such methods effectively, the practitioner must undergo constant self-development.Based on numerous lectures, Klocek discusses the kind of inner development and understanding required to work with the elemental nature of the earth. His views are presented in a framework that includes alchemy, the classical four elements, Goethean observation, and the work of Rudolf Steiner.This is not a book of how-to techniques, but a conceptual guidebook to those looking to implement biodynamics at the deepest level.

Wisdom of the Bees

Filename: wisdom-of-the-bees.pdf
ISBN: 088010709X
Release Date: 2009
Number of pages: 145
Author: Erik Berrevoets
Publisher: Anthroposophic Press

Download and read online Wisdom of the Bees in PDF and EPUB Examines Steiner's insights and research into the nature of bees and their implications for the future of beekeeping. Today, more than eighty years after Rudolf Steiner presented his lectures on bees, we are confronted with a serious decline of honeybees around the world. Erik Berrevoets revisits those seminal lectures and reexamines Steiner's observations and insights in the context of today's dire situation and provides practical advice for modern beekeeping practices.

A Biodynamic Manual

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ISBN: 1782500804
Release Date: 2014-03-01
Number of pages: 309
Author: Pierre Masson
Publisher: Floris Books

Download and read online A Biodynamic Manual in PDF and EPUB For anyone already practicing, or turning to, biodynamic gardening and farming methods, numerous detailed questions arise, such as: * How do you choose your seeds? * What fertilisers should you use? * Which natural products are most effective? This manual, fully illustrated with explanatory diagrams and photographs, provides the answers. The book covers * all aspects of making and using biodynamic preparations and composts * managing the health of plants * weed control * parasite control * issues around mixed cultivation * animal care * specialised crops and planting such as fruit trees and vines Although the technical aspects of biodynamic growing are exhaustively covered, the author also considers the human qualities necessary for this kind of agriculture to succeed. This is an invaluable guide for all biodynamic growers to have to hand daily.

Wine from Sky to Earth

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ISBN: 0911311602
Release Date: 1999
Number of pages: 168
Author: Nicolas Joly
Publisher: Acres USA

Download and read online Wine from Sky to Earth in PDF and EPUB From France's greatest winegrower-a chemical free, organic, wine-rich in the vital force of life. Nicholas Joly's Loire Valley vineyard produces what has been called France's-or even the world's-best white wine. He grows and produces these wines without using any pesticides, herbicides or synthetic fertilizers in growing the grapes or using chemical additives during the winemaking process. He creates his beautiful wine by understanding and working with the subtle forces of nature. This practice founded by visionary Rudolf Steiner is called biodynamics and Nicholas Joly is one of the world's most respected practitioners and teachers. Sophisticated wine lovers, winegrowers, and new age horticulturists will enjoy this beautiful, poetic book about the earth, our food, and our lives. The striking photos of Mr. Joly's vineyard, planted by the Cisterian monks in 1130 and continuously cultivated, will inspire all to learn more about the Loire Valley, Joly's methods, and wine in general.

Biodynamic Pasture Management

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ISBN: 160173039X
Release Date: 2013-01-01
Number of pages: 147
Author: Peter Bacchus
Publisher: Acres USA

Download and read online Biodynamic Pasture Management in PDF and EPUB New Zealand grazing consultant Peter Bacchus shares a lifetime of experience on applying biodynamics to pastures. His multi-pronged approach considers balance of fertility elements, organic matter levels, soil life, and particularly soil life forces. Through biodynamic preparations and other tools he seeks to produce optimum grass quality and production for grazing animals. Also covered are biodynamic methods of pest and weed control.

Moon Gardening

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ISBN: 1784184152
Release Date: 2016-09-22
Number of pages: 256
Author: John Harris
Publisher: MetroBooks

Download and read online Moon Gardening in PDF and EPUB What gardener wouldn't want to increase their crop yield and grow healthier, better tasting food, while reducing work and forking out less on fertilizer? This seemingly impossible win-win is achieved by planting and reaping in tune with the phases of the moon. Lunar gardening has been around for as long we have pulled food from the soil. It was practiced by the Incas and the Native Americans, and is still followed by the Maoris and rural communities in Eastern Europe because it works. But with the mass adoption of fertilizers achieving quicker results for a need-it-now-generation, these techniques had been all but forgotten by the modern gardener. Head gardener at Cornwall's famous Tresillian Estate, John Harris, has researched, studied, and put in to practice the principles of gardening by the phases of the moon for more than 40 years. The results he's achieved are nothing short of astonishing. He has never watered his garden, he only grows organically, and yet he's won numerous show awards and prizes for the size, abundance, and taste of his produce. Here he shows you how you can do the same by following a few simple principles. This book, written in his own inimitable style, is packed full of tips that improve results, anecdotes that inspire, and resources you can rely on. Its ultimate aim is to pass on John's treasure trove of horticultural knowledge to future generations, so that we can all get more from our garden. And before you ask, no: moon gardening doesn't mean you have to start digging at night."