>One of the most commonly asked questions is, "What makes biodynamics
>While this is not easy to explain in a few words,
>the concept of forces and the methods that come
>from it put biodynamic agriculture in a class by itself.
>Biodynamic farmers work with forces. With
>the horn manure, horn silica and composting preparations
>they restore life and vitality to the crops
>they raise from the earth. As biodynamic agriculture
>becomes more widespread and its practitioners
>become more adept, they will continue to fine tune
>their methods, achieving seeming miracles with
>small efforts. The biodynamic method is in its infancy.
>Its growth depends on its practitioners
>becoming increasingly conscious and confident
>in working with nature's forces.
You can learn more about working with nature's forces by reading Hugh's
landmark article "The Nature of Forces" at
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