Worldwide Practice of Biodynamic Preparation Work: The Case Studies

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Worldwide Practice of Biodynamic Preparation Work: The Case Studies Editors: Ueli Hurter, Bernard Jarman Format: Paperback / softback First Published: Published By: Floris Books Pages: 336 Illustrations and other contents: 70 colour illustrations Language: English ISBN: 9781782506140 Categories: ,

The eight biodynamic preparations – Horn manure (500), Horn silica (501), Yarrow, Chamomile, Nettle, Oak bark, Dandelion and Valerian – are a key part of biodynamic agriculture, and are often produced locally on biodynamic farms to well-established recipes. As biodynamic methods have spread across the globe, more adaptation has become necessary to suit different climates, fauna, seasons and regulations. This book offers fifteen worldwide case studies from experienced practitioners, ranging from European locations (Germany, France, Sweden, Netherlands and Italy) to Egypt, Brazil, America, New Zealand and India. This is a valuable reference guide for those involved in biodynamics around the world.

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Author Biography

Ueli Hurter has been the co-head of the Agriculture Section at the Goetheanum in Switzerland (with Jean-Michel Florin) since 2010 and currently sits on the executive board International Biodynamic Association. A native of Switzerland, he completed agricultural apprenticeships in Switzerland, Germany, and France. He has been involved with the Agriculture Section since 1994 and has formerly served as President of the Swiss Demeter association and as Swiss spokesman to Demeter International. Alongside his work as leader of the Section for Agriculture, he is co-manager of the enterprise Ferme de L'Aubier, a Demeter certified farm with mixed culture, an on-farm cheese dairy, and bio-hotel and bio-restaurant. Bernard Jarman is a biodynamic consultant based in Stroud, UK. He is a director of the UK Biodynamic Association.