A Biodynamic Farm

Hugh Lovel

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Large Farm

Hugh Lovel is one of the world's experts on quantum agriculture and biodynamics.

This book is a practical, how-to guide to understanding the definition of biodynamics, and practicing biodynamic techniques on your farm.

You will learn about the role of individual biodynamic preparations, how to make your own biodynamic preparations, and details about the proper application and timing of biodynamic field treatments.

Table of Contents

I. A New Way of Thinking
II. What is Biodynamic Agriculture?
III. The Importance of Levity to Agriculture
IV. Starting From Scratch
V. No-Till Farming Without Chemicals
VI. The Cheapest Fertilizer in Georgia & the Best
VII. The Meanings of Words
VIII. Biodynamic Training
IX. About 500 and 501
X. The Compost Preps
XI. Rounding Out the Picture
XII. Economics and Agriculture
XIII. An Encounter with the Law
XIV. Something to Think About
XV. Community Sponsored Agriculture

Copyright 1994, 2000, softcover, 215 pages.

Read an excerpt from the book here.

About Hugh Lovel

Author Hugh LovelHugh Lovel is the author of many articles on radionics, atmospheric reorganization and the biochemical sequencing of the soil. He consults, speaks and teaches on all aspects of agriculture and is an expert on AgPhysics and the use of biodynamic energy patterns to affect the atmosphere, weather cycles and soil in order to grow the highest quality food.
Lovel built on his formal education in mathematics, physics, chemistry, biology and psychology to formulate his concepts and developments during more than 30 years of farming, first in the mountains of northern Georgia and currently on the tablelands of Tolga, Australia.

Hugh Lovel will be a speaker at our 2018 Eco-Ag Conference & Trade Show on Dec. 5-7, in Louisville, Kentucky. Learn more here.

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