biodynamics


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biodynamics

[‚bi·ō·dī′nam·iks]
(biophysics)
The study of the effects of dynamic processes (motion, acceleration, weightlessness, and so on) on living organisms.
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8, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- HerbaBuena, a California medical cannabis collective, announces the release of the first-ever Demeter Certified Biodynamic cannabis in the state, offering a much needed alternative to the USDA Organic Certification, which, due to current federal regulation, is neither an option for cannabis farmers nor a choice point available to patients.
A total of 70% of biodynamic products produced in Egypt are exported to Europe, the US, and Japan amongst other countries, according Atteya Sobhi, Manager of the Egyptian Biodynamic Association (EBDA).
Anyone who wants to understand what organic, biodynamic and natural wine is should read this book.
For more information on biodynamics, visit the Josephine Porter Institute website at jpibiodynamics.
The decision to adopt biodynamics was made in 1997.
Bonterra's 'The Butler' 2007 (pounds 20 from Waitrose and Ocado) is a biodynamic wine that certainly has dynamism.
It is a biodynamic farm, which in simple terms means that not only is it organic, but its compost is especially treated and its crops are planted according to the phases of the moon.
Gardening and Planting by the Moon 2009 - The original concept for this book started in 1980, long before most of us had any idea of what biodynamics really meant.
A lugubrious voiceover from Geoffrey Palmer to subtly underline the general bonkers-ness of biodynamics.
These are the biodynamic winemakers, who trace their lineage to Rudolph Steiner, founder of anthroposophy and Waldorf education, who began biodynamics with his now famous Agriculture Course of 1924.
He and his contributors cover the history of the field, how physics affects physiology, the biodynamics of flight, long haul flights, operational aspects such as the composition of the crew and equipment.
Biodynamics is not new; it predates the now-popular organic farming movement.