In harmony with nature
About this method —

Biodynamics, derived from two Greek words, bios (life) and dynamos (energy), refers to the agriculture science that recognises basic principles at work in nature and applies this knowledge of life forces to bring about balance and healing in the soil.

Resources —
  • Biodynamic Agriculture
    by Peter Proctor
  • Teaming With Microbes
    by Jeff Lowenfels, Wayne Lewis, Elaine Ingham
  • Agricultural Testament
    by Albert Howard
  • Farmers Progress
    by George Henderson
  • Silent Spring
    by Rachel Carson
  • All New Square Foot Gardening
    by Mel Bartholomew
  • Vision of Natural Farming
    by Bharat Mansatta
  • Carrots Love Tomatoes
    by Louise Riotte
  • The New Organic Grower
    by Eliot Coleman
  • Fields of Farmers
    by Joel Salatin
  • Omnivore's Dilemma
    by Michael Pollan
  • Storey's Guide to Raising Chickens
    by Gail Damerow