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Alvin Filsinger……………………….. Soil Tests and Chromatograms……….. A Future for the Family Farm…….. Ludwig Piening………………… From Seed to Seed…………………. Heinz Grotzke………………….. Bio-Dynamic Composting…………Russell C. Index Bio-Dynamics ……………………………………………….. Radioactivity in the Biosphere……….. Koepf …………………….. New Plants from Cuttings…………. Heinz Grotzke……………………… Six More to Go…………………Arnold C. Current Topics ………………………………………………………………… Rachel Carson — In Memoriam ……………………………………. Koepf ………….. The Stinging Nettle………………Heinz Grotzke……………….. Book Reviews……………………………………………………….. Current Topics……………………………………………………….

Koepf ………………1. Notes on the Way……………………H. Magda Engqvist……………….. Book Reviews……………………………………………………………. Seeds and Their Size………………. Heinz Grotzke…………….. Book Reviews ………………………………………………………. Report………Alan Brilliant ………………. Removing Pesticide Residues From Food…………………………… Book review………………………………………………………………… Venturing Into Venezuela……….. Mildred Cowger…………….. Silica and Silica Sprays……………………………………………….. Book Reviews ………………………………………………………….. Letter From Greece……………Ingrid S. Heinz Grotzke……………………………….. Soil Management and Animal Reproduction……………………………… The Matter That Matters…………..

Human Ecology………….. Jonathan Forman, M. Greenhouse Gardening I……………Heinz Grotzke………………. Digging and Delving ……………. Helen Philbrick……………….. Koepf …………………l.

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A Human Interest Story ……………………………………………….. Trees and Shrubs for Shelterbelts……J. Book Review……………………………………………………………… Plant Diseases and Composting……………………………………….. An Experiment With Dr. Compost Starter…………. Some Appealing Remarks………………………………………………………. Nature in the Bible…………. Richard C. Potter ………………………. Herbicides and Soil Structure …………………………………………………. Digging and Delving IV ………….. Helen Philbrick………………………… Koepf ………………………. The New Image of Compost………. Russel C.

Digging and Delving V……………. Book Review ……………………………………………………………………… Erica Sabarth……………….. Our Oregon Garden…………. Evelyn Speiden Gregg……………………. Book Reviews…………………………………………………………………….. The Productivity of the Earth……….. The Effectiveness of High Dilutions…………………………………………. Paean to Goats…………………..

Marjork Spock…………………………. Index Bio-Dynamics …………………………………………………… Koepf …………………………1. Helen Philbrick…………………. Tea Garden Talk…………………. Heinz Grotzke………………………… An Unpopular Group of Creatures……Dr. Parallels ………………………………………………………………………….. Organic Fertilizing Improves Soil Hygiene………………………………. Book Reviews …………………………………………………………………. Word Of Thanks ………………………………………………………………. Proper Nutrition For The Elderly…….

Koepf …………………. Our Threatened Environment…………J. Challenges……………………Russell C. Tidbits For Animals! Ingrid S. Buchinger …………………. Winter Thoughts……………….. Helen Philbrick………………………. Philip S. News Features……………………………………………………………… What Makes Soils Richer……………. Koepf …………………2. Facts and Observations………… Howwd G.

Soil Texture………………….. Roger L. Farm Drugs and Human Health………. Koepf ……………. In Memory of Ludwig Piening………………………………………. News Features …………………………………………………………. In Search of Quality I………………. Soil Structure…………………Roger L. Secrets of the Universe ….. Helen L. Summer Thoughts…………….. News Features ……………………………………………………….. Hidden Truths……………… Christian Ostergaard………………. Grass Is Immortal………………..

John J. Zych …………….. We Want It Back…………………. Townley ……………. News Features………………………………………………………. Books Received…………………………………………………….. The Light of the Sun…………….. Rudolf Steiner………………………. Grow A Garden………………….. Heinz Grotzke………………………2. Rhythmical Phenomena…………Gerhardt Schmidt………………….. Plant Symbiosis………………….. Erica Sabarth………………………. Carsten A. Howard G. News Features……………………………………………………………. Poem ……………………………Rudolf Steiner…………………………1. Towards A New Decade………………T. Growing Up With Honey…………. Wilbur C. Earth Day: In Perspective…………. Testing Commercial Composts…………H. Good News For Ecologists………..

Devin A. Index Bio-Dynamics …………………………………………… Bio-Dynamic Sprays…………………H. Koepf …………………1. A Rather Special Conference……………………………………….. Pank ………………. Letter To The Editor…………………………………………………… Answer From The Author……………………………………………. Index Bio-Dynamics ………………………………………….. Crystallizations in Frost…………Helen Philbrick……………….. Book Reviews …………………………………………………………. Book Notes …………………………………………………………….

Kalendarial Index ……………… Helen Philbrick…………………….. Bio-Dynamics Keeps Cropping Up…………………………………… Kalendarial Index……………….. Helen Philbrick…………………… The Bio-Dynamic Summer Conference …………………….. A Pest Becomes A Benefit? Bio-Dynamic Quality Standards ………………… H. Bio-Dynamics Goes to a Convention………………………….. Pank ….. Kalendarial Index …………………………………………Helen Philbrick ….

Bio-Dynamic Literature List ………………………………. InsideBack Cover. You and I …………………………Anita Linder…………………………….. Red-Letter Days Coming Up ………………………………………………. Carsten J. Fred Heckel, ………………………………………………….. Kalendarial index………………. Book Reviews…………………………………………………………………. Looking Toward The Future……………………………………………….. Schaefer, M. Silent Spring — Ten Years After ….

A Fruitful Exchange ………….. Marjorie Spock………………….. The Garden Tractor ………… Arnold C. Book Reviews …………………………………………………………….. Help Wanted……………………………………………………………………7. Springtime Waters ….. Farmers As Conservationists …………………………………………. Summer Workshop At Harlemville…………………………………..

Linder ………………………………………………………1. EvelynSpeiden Gregg ……… Pank ……………………………………………………. Koepf ……………………………………………………….. Growing Quality Herbs Heinz Grotzke ……………………………………………………… Koepf …………………………………………………………1. Koepf …………………………………………………….. Nesterov ……………………………………………………. Book Review ……………………………………………………… Proctor ……………………………………………………….. Report To Members ….. Heinz Grotzke ………………………… Nitrate Poisoning ….. Andrew Sargood …………………………. Marshall ………………………………………………….. Book Review……………………………………………………………. Koepf, Bo D. Pettersson, W. Heinz Grotzke ……………………….. Koepf ………………………………………………………. Rosemary ….. Heinz Grotzke …………………………………… Phytoncides As Healers …..

Kachanov …………………… The Responding Earth ….. Andrew Hoy ……………………… Marshall ………………………………………………. Letter To The Editor………………………….. Ellstrup Rasmussen ……………………………………….. Koeph, and others…………………………………….. Planting By The Moon…………………………………………… Brinton, Jr………………………………………………………………1. Jochen Bockenmuehl……………………… Khasanov …………………………………………………………….

Pank ……………… The Pank Family ………………………… Hartmut von Jeetze……………………………………………….. Heinze and E. Aehnelt and Dr. Legumes in Transition…………………………….. Fertilizer Nitrogen………………………………….. Legumes as Food………………………………….. Brinton, Jr…………………………………………………………1. Kossmann and H. Judex and E.

Vogtmann, F. Angstburger, R. David Adams………………………………………………………………. Mark Boudreau………………………………………………………………. Brinton, Jr………………………………………………3. Letter to the Editor…………………………………………………… Book Reviews………………………………………………………… Introduction to the Demeter Issue………………………. Lee Anderson, Jr. Date Farm ………………………… Alex de Podolinsky………………………………………………. Mary Lee Plumb-Mentjes ……………………………………………3.

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News Features………………………………………………………. Notes from the Field………………………………………….. A Portrait of the Artist ……………………………………………………. Kossmann and H. This is a combination of the drugs in the lifestyle, and also the rainforest, which is half-jungle. Progress Report, …………….

Wolfgang Schaumann ……………………………………………. Brinton, Jr…………………………………………………… Barrett ………………………………………………… A Letter from The Editor ……………………………………………….. Goethe on Nature and Inner Development ……………………………. Bobbett ………………………………………………………… A Portrait of the Artist ……………………………………………………. Report on a Lecture by John Root,Sr…………………………… Lifeline Produce Apprenticeship………………………………….. Who is Looking After the Garden? Text and Photos by Samuel Smith…………………………………….. Koepf ………………………………………………………….. A Listing of OtherTraining Possibilities …………………………… Morrow and SusanBeedy ……………..

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Plastic Tunnels………………………………………………….. A Report of Research at New Alchem.. Kale And Collards …………………………………………… Courtney and Greg Booth………………………… Editorial —Deep Ecology………………………………………. Mary Jane Di Piero………………………………………….. Herbert Koepf……………………………………………… The Plant. Advent in Ontario …………………………………………………. Mad Cow Disease…………………………………………….. Nathan Corymb…………………………………………………… A Letter from Dennis Dietzel………………………………………… Barbara Bootli…………………………………………………………….

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Ketchum …………………………………………….. Rotheraine ………………………………………………….. Earthly Comet Horsetail as source of cosmic energy in Biodynamic preparations. By Anna Bond……………………………………………… Nutrition Compass of life forces. By Barbara Kaiser………………………………………… Herbert Koepf……………. Calendar………………………………………………32 Classifieds……………………………………………. Reganold, et al From Science ………………….

Koepf and Cheryl Weisz………….. From The Executive Director…………………………….. Departments From The Executive Director…………………………………………………. Bio-Dynamic Training………………………………………………………….

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Brinton, Jr. From Compost Matters ……………………………………………….. Departments From The Executive Director………………………………………………. Departments From The Executive Director……………………………………………. Bio-Dynamics In The World……………………………………………. The Demeter Association………………………………………………. Course Notes……………………………………………………………… Departments From The Executive Director………………………………………. Departments From The Executive Director……………………………………….. Bio-Dynamic Advisory Committee………………………………..

New Members……………………………………………………….. Brinton, Ph. Woods End Research Laboratory…………………………………. Departments From The Executive Director…………………………………………….. Biodynamic Training ………………………………………………………. Jones Keiser…………………………………………………… Or Biodynamic Compost? By Hugh J. Departments Josephine Porter Institute………………………………………………….. Calendar Of Events………………………………………………… Rotheraine Master Gardener, Evergreen Elm………………………………..

Letters To The Editor …………………………………………….. Training Program News ………………………………………….. James D. Perkins Hawthorne Valley Dining Hall…………………………………………….. Resources ………………………………………………………………………9. Josephine Porter Institute………………………………………………….. Michael Fields Agricultural Institute …………………………………….

Positions And Situations……………………………………………………. Calendar Of Events…………………………………………………………. By David Andrew Schwartz…………………………………….. Edgar Schaeffer, V. From The Executive Director…………………………………. From The Executive Director…………………………………………………….. Gadzia………………………………………………………6 Resource Management Services. Departments — From the Executive Director……………………………………………. From the Editor…………………………………………………………….. Positions and Situations………………………………………………… Herbert H. Koepf ………………………………….. Nine Lectures on Bees…………………………………………………….

Building Quality Soil………………………………………………………………. West Coast Biodynamic Conference Announcement……………………9. Can Cultural or Accumulated Fertility be Measured? The Lesson of the One-horned Cow……………………………………………………. Growth and Fruiting of Red Raspberry……………………………………………….. Spader Tech…………………………………………………………………………………. Letters to the Editor, Biodynamic News, Announcements………………………. Contents Living Compost, Living Carbon……………………………………………………. Stephen C. News, Announcements, Letters and Classifieds……………………………. Wholeness and Part: The Rediscovery of "Organism"……………………..

Bio-Dynamics : Xeno-Dynamics ……………………………………………. Moore and Anne Mendenhall. Urgent Call to Action! Proposed National Organic Standards……………………………………. Report On Worming Horses Biologically…………………………………. Sex, Lies and Biodynamics…………………………………………………….. Controlling Life Through Genetic Biotechnology?

Farming from Egypt to Medieval Europe…………………………………. Rudolf Steiner. Biodynamic Classifieds and Calendar……………………………………… An Approach to Biodynamic Gardening …………………………………. Of Snails, Slugs and Insects …………………………………………………. Schmidtand Rene Montalba. Recommendations for Working with Crops…………………………. Calendar of Events……………………………………………………. On-Line Resources……………………………………………………. From the West Coast…………………………………………………..

Weather and the Biodynamic Grower…………………………….. Biodynamic Wines in the News………………………………….. Weed and Cover Crop Control in the Vineyard……………..

https://saysurisimples.cf Calendar of Events…………………………………………………. A Letter From the Dominican Republic………………………. The Garments of the Farm Individuality……………………….. Calendar of Events……………………………………………….. From the West Coast……………………………………………….. Seeds of the Future…………………………………………………..

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Exploring Forms of Healing for the Honeybee……………….. Growing Cucumbers………………………………………………. In Memorium: Joan Slater Moora…………………………….. Biodynamic Board Meeting, March 12 , ………. From the Demeter Office……………………………………….. Thoughts Crossing My Mind………………………………….. The Esoteric Path Within Biodynamics…………………….. Making the Biodynamic Preparations……………………. A Seed Story………………………………………………….. Trees at Aurora Farm………………………………………. Re-cognizing the Voice of the Forest Part 1 ………. Recommendations for Working with Crops…………. Calendar of Events………………………………………….

From the West Coast………………………………………….. Facts Confronting Us………………………………………….. A Biodynamic Seed Initiative……………………………….. Seventy-Five Years of Biodynamic Agriculture……….. Remembering Ehrenfried Pfeiffer………………………….. The Healing of a National Park………………………….. El Nino Outlook for ……………………………….. Recommendations for Working with Crops……….. Biodynamic farming is not a one-size-fits-all kind of farming. We are mandated to treat our farm as an individuality within the whole ecosystem of which it is a part.

When we first applied for certification, we were sent a Google map of our farm, first outlining the boundaries of our ranch, then of an aerial view of the ranch on the lower edge of the Mayacamas Range, then higher still of the state of California and West Coast, and finally, of the globe. We are to consider the individual needs of the ecosystem on our ranch in context of the larger natural system.

As certified biodynamic farmers, we are required to return animals to our farming practices. For us this has meant goats. Our ranch is mostly wooded with steep and fragile hillsides. Cattle were run on these hillsides over the last years, but their large hooves caused erosion and trampled the soil under the oaks. Anecdotal studies suggest they help restore native vegetation.

Although we have yet to produce the right amount of food on our ranch to feed the goats, who in turn supply the right amount of manure for compost and soil nutrition, we use the guiding star of self-sufficiency to inform our larger farm decisions. We do not have to worry about this, as 80 percent of our land is forested or oak savanna, but this requirement is particularly important as it supports the natural biodiversity that is a requirement for the health of any property.

This is in stark contrast to the sterile mono-cropping practices promoted in our country over the last 60 years of commercial farming. Biodynamic farming is rooted in the science of Johann Wolfgang von Goethe. Goethe stated that one of the tenets of a healthy ecosystem is that the more diversity of life on the farm, the more life the farm can support.

Since starting, we have diversified, growing not only grapes, but also persimmons and aromatics including lavender, Helichrysum italicum and rose geranium, which we estate distill. All of these thrive in our soils and Mediterranean, low-water conditions. We propagate native plants from our own land to include along fence lines, including California sage, California fuchsia, Mexican elderberry and coyote bush.

Tended, these plants are beautiful and provide habitat and food for native pollinators and other animals. A healthy environment is teeming with bobcats, fox, coyotes, deer, California quail, acorn woodpeckers, buckeye butterflies, hummingbirds, monarchs and swallowtails, and yes, we admit, some of the plants we used to call weeds.

Several times each year we spray our crops with a series of biodynamic farming preparations in almost homeopathic concentrations. Each farm or ranch is unique, and each farmer is unique, so the frequency varies, but each year the land needs to be sprayed at least once with each of the three main sprays Barrel Compost, or horned manure, and or horned quartz and treated with compost prepared with the six biodynamic compost preparations — oak bark, valerian, dandelion, chamomile, stinging nettle and yarrow. This creates a sensitivity within the plant, the soil and the farmer — a kind of embodied listening.

It is said that in this chaos the water is most receptive to the energies of the preparation, or the divinity of it. In this stirring, the water is also infused with the energies of the stirrer, which requires a kind of meditative attitude. For myself, I imagine what I wish for the land.

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I picture vitality in all who live there: the plants, the animals, the people, the soil. Learn by doing. Order the biodynamic preps from one of the suppliers www.

Part of the learning curve of biodynamics is developing your own instinctual ear to what your plants and land need. This happens only through experience and for us it is a lifetime project. So just get started! Join a local biodynamic group. Check out the Biodynamic Association website, www. Some of these local groups meet quarterly to share information and make biodynamic preparations.

Depending on the scale of your project, it may make sense to get a mentor or consultant.