Biodynamic Compost Definition

Biodynamic Compost Definition

Bringing “aliveness” to the soil with principles established by Rudolph Steiner. Rudolph Steiner first outlined the principles of biodynamics, a system of organic agriculture, in 1924. He gave recipes for nine preparations. When added to compost or sprayed directly on soil and plants during the growing year, they stimulate and enhance biological activity on the farm.

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