Adam Klaus wrote:It is interesting the extent to which non-Biodynamic practicioners feel compelled to invalidate Biodnamic farming. To me, it speaks to something inherently powerful in Biodynamics, and the insecurity of the myth-busters. To me, it is about as tragi-comic as an aethiest insisting to a man of god that there is no divinity. For everyone here that doesnt believe in Biodynamics, who thinks it is rubbish, that's great. Either way, let it go.
Greta Fields wrote:Hi....
I am actually reading Steiner. I also actually read Aristotle.
Keep an open mind.
Chris Kott wrote:I have yet to read up on Pfeiffer, but it sounds promising.
Adam Klaus wrote:Raw milk sprays are a common practice in modern Biodynamics. 'What' is does is improve the health of the vegetation it is sprayed on. 'Why' is a bit more of a mystery, I sure dont know. Milk sprays are good for any degraded pasture, not sure about overgrazed specifically, that would indicate a need for rest. Milk sprays are also used in instances of plant sickness. Interestingly enough, I am familiar with milk sprays and their beneficial effects, but have never used them. For whatever reason, I have never really had plant pest or sickness problems. And my pastures have never been degraded in any way. But dilute raw milk sprays, along with dilute raw honey sprays are well accepted for their health boosing qualities when applied to growing plants and soil.
Greta Fields wrote:I am glad somebody else Knows Pfeiffer.
fiona smith wrote:perhaps biodynamics can work well with permaculture,
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