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biodynamic

[‚bi·ō·dī′nam·ik]
(agriculture)
Of or pertaining to a system of organic farming.
(biophysics)
Of or pertaining to the dynamic relation between an organism and its environment.
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Patron Global CEO Lee Applbaum agrees the standards for labeling organic, biodynamic and sustainable products can be overwhelming for consumers, and that brands need to be the ones to articulate where they are doing things above, beyond or outside of the norm.
It's also a certified Demeter Biodynamic Farm, the highest certification standard in the world for commercially grown food.
The study referenced in this article is "2016 Sample Costs to Produce Wine Grapes Red & White Varieties Using Biodynamic Farm Standard-Principles North Coast Mendocino County Crush District 1.
There are a number of farms in the Eugene area using the biodynamic method that have been mainstays of the Saturday Farmer's Market for many years.
The value of exported biodynamic products is typically over EGP 200m annually, Sobhi told Daily News Egypt.
However, a large part of biodynamic gardening relies on planting by the moon phases which links the two parts of your question.
net/certification/procedures/procedure-example) biodynamic accreditation " from German NGO, Demeter (Greek goddess of the harvest) International, which guards the use of its trademark and the "biodynamic" moniker jealously.
In 1928, Demeter International formed in Europe to promote biodynamic farming.
Dairy products of biodynamic origin lead to a more favourable fat composition of human milk.
When Ned (Paul Rudd) is released from jail he returns home to discover his girlfriend has a new man and she kicks him off his biodynamic farm.
World Beat Fitness Centre will hold a coffee morning with guest speakers Seema Al Shirawi and Samantha De Zoysa on the theme of biodynamic craniosacral therapy.

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