BD Journals 1941-1975, sorted by article title

Title

Author

1st Author

Vol

Num

Pg

 

 

Last Name

 

 

 

Action on Organic Standards-- An Appeal

H. H. Koepf

Koepf

 

99

1

Activity and Means of Influencing the Animal Life of the

Friedrich Wilhelm

Wilhelm

 

112

18-25

Soil, The

 

 

 

 

 

Addition of Nitrogen Fertilizers to Compost, The

E. E.Pfeiffer

E.Pfeiffer

XI

4 & 5

2-6

Agricultural Conference, Golden Acres Farm, October 1958

David Glasser

Glasser

 

49

22-26

Agricultural Work at Camphill Special Schools

Bernard Wolf

Wolf

 

108

12

Agriculture and Technology of Sugar in 1944-45

O. W. Willcox

Willcox

V

1

32

Agriculture and the Camphill Movement

Hartmut von Jeetze

von Jeetze

 

114

1-6

Agriculture in Mexico

Carlos Caballero

Caballero

X

1 & 2

13-17

Agriculture in the Present Situation of Environmental

Fiona von Heider

Heider

 

98

1-22

Planning

 

 

 

 

 

Alcohol or Humus

 

anon

IV

1

35

Alfalfa Root Nodules and Phosphate Fertilizing

H. H. Koepf

Koepf

 

89

21

All That Glitters Is Not Nutritious

Alice Heckel

Heckel

VII

4

28-31

Angles and Aspects of Organics

Peter Escher

Escher

XII

3

23-26

Animal Waste Disposal and Its Possible Solution By

J.R. Howes

Howes

 

81

18-23

Composting

 

 

 

 

 

Anniversary Conference in Spring Valley

Anne Marshall

Marshall

 

112

29-32

Title

Author

1st Author

Vol

Num

Pg

 

 

Last Name

 

 

 

Annual B. D. Conference (1959)

Fred Heckel

Heckel

 

50

21-22

Annual B. D. Conference (1959)

Fred Heckel

Heckel

 

52

2-6

Another Answer to the Question: What Is Bio-Dynamic

Ursula Schaefer (trans.)

Schaefer

 

106

21-23

Gardening and Farming

 

 

 

 

 

Another Aspect of Conservation

 

anon

 

57

29-30

Another Experience Report

Mrs. Frederick J. Suhr

Suhr

IX

3

22-23

Apple Growing

Alvin Filsinger

Filsinger

 

68

21-25

Application of the Diagnostic-Crystallization Method for the

H.H. Koepf and A. Selawry

Koepf

 

64

9-24

Investigation of Quality of Food and Fodder, Part I

 

 

 

 

 

Application of the Diagnostic-Crystallization Method for the

H.H. Koepf and A. Selawry

Koepf

 

65

1-12

Investigation of Quality of Food and Fodder, Part II

 

 

 

 

 

Application of the Diagnostic-Crystallization Method for the

H.H. Koepf and A. Selawry

Koepf

 

67

1-12

Investigation of Quality of Food and Fodder, Part III

 

 

 

 

 

Are Soils Merely a Matter of Minus and Plus?

Alice Heckel

Heckel

VII

3

21-24

Art and Science of Composting, The

E. E. Pfeiffer

Pfeiffer

 

49

2-20

Art of Bee-Keeping, The, Part I

Paul Marshall Allen

Allen

IV

1

12-18

Art of Bee-Keeping, The, Part II

Paul Marshall Allen

Allen

IV

2

21-32

Art of Bee-Keeping, The, Part III

Paul Marshall Allen

Allen

V

1

24-30

Art of Bee-Keeping, The, Part IV

Paul Marshall Allen

Allen

V

2

2-13

Asparagus

E. Speiden

Speiden

III

1

24-26

Autumn Conference, The (Sept. 3-8, 1947)

 

anon

VI

1

26-

 

 

 

 

 

31.

Title

Author

1st Author

Vol

Num

Pg

 

 

Last Name

 

 

 

Availability of Nitrogen, Phosphate, and Potash in Soils

E. E. Pfeiffer

Pfeiffer

X

4

30-34

Availability of Nitrogen, Phosphate, and Potash in Soils Due

E. E. Pfeiffer

Pfeiffer

X

3

24-27

to Application of Microorganisms

 

 

 

 

 

Available, Water-- Soluble or Storage: Humus Decides the

E. E. Pfeiffer

Pfeiffer

 

56

1-9

Issue

 

 

 

 

 

B.D. Compost Starter Recipe for Small Gardens

 

anon

 

47

27.

B.D. Conference 1955

Renate Schaafhausen

Schaafhausen

 

38

19-23

B.D. Gardening and Farming in the Atomic Age

Donald B. Hull

Hull

 

65

48-50

B.D. Homestead, A

Marjorie Spock and Mary T. Richards

Richards

 

62

20-23

Balance and Imbalance, Beneficial Versus Poisonous

E. E. Pfeiffer

Pfeiffer

 

77

1-17

Basic Facts in Human Nutrition

Jonathan Forman

Forman

 

76

12-13

Basic Principles Don't Change (Excerpts from Waldo F.

 

anon

VIII

4

36-40

Brown's Success in Farming [1881])

 

 

 

 

 

Beekeeping Questions

Paul Marshall Allen

Allen

VI

4

30-31

Beekeeping-- Some Practical Indications

Paul Marshall Allen

Allen

VI

1

16

Bees Belong in the Bio-Dynamic Picture

Sterling W. Edwards

Edwards

XI

1 & 2

38-40

Beginning of My Vegetable Garden, The

Anita Linder

Linder

 

98

22-24

Behavior of Bees Under the Influence of Deterrents Derived

Hans Heinze

Heinze

 

59

25-33

from the Body Substance of Their Own Species, The

 

 

 

 

 

Bio-Chemical Research Laboratory Annual Report, 1957-

E. E. Pfeiffer

Pfeiffer

 

55

1-14

1959

 

 

 

 

 

Bio-Chemical Research Laboratory, The

 

anon

V

2

1-6.

Title

Author

1st Author

Vol

Num

Pg

 

 

Last Name

 

 

 

Bio-Dynamic Composting

Russell C. Derber

Derber

 

69

23-26

Bio-Dynamic Conference, April 1946, The

E. Speiden

Speiden

V

1

1-10

Bio-Dynamic Dairy Farming, "Sentinel"

 

anon

V

1

36-39

Bio-Dynamic Farm-- An Organism, The

Carsten Pank

Pank

 

81

38-53

Bio-Dynamic Farming and Gardening

 

anon

 

1 (3

1-5

 

 

 

 

and 4)

 

Bio-Dynamic Farming and Gardening Association Annual

Anne Marshall

Marshall

 

113

33-35

Meeting, August 25, 1974

 

 

 

 

 

Bio-Dynamic Farming and Gardening in Our Time

H. H. Koepf

Koepf

 

101

5-15

Bio-Dynamic Farming and Gardening in Our Time:

H. H. Koepf

Koepf

 

103

1-6

Agriculture as a Social Task III

 

 

 

 

 

Bio-Dynamic Food Products in 1980

Richard Rettig

Rettig

 

95

34-37

Bio-Dynamic Market Gardening

Heinz Grotzke

Grotzke

 

52

19-24

Bio-Dynamic Meeting (Conference, August 4-7, 1949)

Fred Heckel

Heckel

VII

4

7-13

Bio-Dynamic Method Can Produce Quantity Too, The

E. E. Pfeiffer

Pfeiffer

 

59

1-7

Bio-Dynamic Method in 1950, The

 

anon

VIII

3

2-8

Bio-Dynamic Method: What it is and What it is Not, The

E. E. Pfeiffer

Pfeiffer

VI

4

2-17

Bio-Dynamic Production and the Consumer

H. H. Koepf, Bo D. Pettersson, W.

Koepf

 

114

16-20

 

Schaumann

 

 

 

 

Bio-Dynamic Quality Standards

H. H. Koepf

Koepf

 

101

1-5

Bio-Dynamic Spray 500

E. Speiden

Speiden

VIII

2

12-18

Bio-Dynamic Spray 501

E. Speiden

Speiden

VIII

3

10-12

Title

Author

1st Author

Vol

Num

Pg

 

 

Last Name

 

 

 

Bio-Dynamic Spray 508, (and 507 as a Spray)

E. Speiden

Speiden

VIII

4

17-19

Bio-Dynamic Sprays

H. H. Koepf

Koepf

III

1

1-9

Bio-Dynamic Sprays, The

H. H. Koepf

Koepf

 

97

1-16

Bio-Dynamic Treatment of Fruit Trees, Berries, and Shrubs,

E. E. Pfeiffer

Pfeiffer

 

42

2-18

The, Part I

 

 

 

 

 

Bio-Dynamic Treatment of Fruit Trees, Berries, and Shrubs,

E. E. Pfeiffer

Pfeiffer

 

43

2-14

The, Part II

 

 

 

 

 

Bio-Dynamics and Ecology

E. F. Winter

Winter

 

60

12-18

Bio-Dynamics as a Trace Element

Fred Heckel

Heckel

 

80

34-36

Bio-Dynamics as An Ecological Influence

Philip S. Very

Very

 

99

2-8

Bio-Dynamics in Denmark

O. E. Rasmussen

Rasmussen

IV

2

22-26

Bio-Dynamics in Italy

M. Garbari

Garbari

IV

2

26

Bio-Dynamics in New England

Helen Philbrick

Philbrick

 

104

19-20

Bio-Dynamics in Ontario

John Rohlmann

Rohlmann

 

112

33-34

Bio-Dynamics in Palestine

 

anon

IV

1

38

Bio-Dynamics in South Africa

J.G. Grave

Grave

V

2

30-33

Bio-Dynamics Is Not Just Composting

Heinz Grotzke

Grotzke

 

91

30-35

Bio-Dynamics: A Short, Practical Introduction

E. E. Pfeiffer

Pfeiffer

 

41

2-9

Biological and Natural Control of Insect Pests

E. E. Pfeiffer

Pfeiffer

 

48

2-8

Biological and the Mechanical-Chemical Way to Rational

Peter Blaser

Blaser

XII

2

28-34

Farm Management, The

 

 

 

 

 

Biological Balance, The

E. E. Pfeiffer

Pfeiffer

 

38

2-12

Title

Author

1st Author

Vol

Num

Pg

 

 

Last Name

 

 

 

Biological Control 100 Years Ago

 

anon

 

40

28

Biological Control of Noxious Insects and Weeds

C. H. Hoffman

Hoffman

 

51

14-24

Biological Role of the Earthworm, The

E. E. Pfeiffer

Pfeiffer

II

2

18-21

Biological Task of Forestry, The, Part I

Henry Baldwin

Baldwin

 

1 (1 &

16-18

 

 

 

 

2)

 

Biological Task of Forestry, The, Part II

Henry Baldwin

Baldwin

 

1 (3 &

12-20

 

 

 

 

4)

 

Biological Weathering of Rock

H. H. Koepf

Koepf

 

80

32-34

Bird's Eye View of World Conservation Practices, A

Alice Heckel

Heckel

VIII

4

32-35

Birds in the Balance of Nature

Alice Heckel

Heckel

 

44

11-21

Bit About Organics in Britain, A

Bo Rodehn

Rodehn

VII

3

25-28

Blurred Instinct

H. H. Koepf

Koepf

 

79

31

Bogs, Bottom Land, and `Banking' in Southern New Jersey

Claude N. Terry

Terry

VIII

3

24-26

Books on Beekeeping

Paul Marshall Allen

Allen

V

2

13-14

Border Plants from French Canada

Robert and Greta Schon

Schon

V

2

27-29

Both Using and Keeping Our Forests

Richard B. Gregg

Gregg

 

63

26-31

Boys Town

 

anon

 

60

18-20

Bread Baking, Cookery and Related Questions

E. E. Pfeiffer

Pfeiffer

 

65

14-23

Bread Making-- Science and Art

E. Speiden

Speiden

IX

3

6-10

Brief Directions for the Use of the Bio-Dynamic Sprays

 

anon

IX

1

24-26

Brief Report on the Winter Agricultural Conference at the

John Rohlmann

Rohlmann

 

114

27-30

Goetheanum, February 5-9, 1975, A

 

 

 

 

 

Title

Author

1st Author

Vol

Num

Pg

 

 

Last Name

 

 

 

Building a Garden

John Scott

Scott

IX

4

21-22

Buschmans Install New Mill

 

anon

 

74

30

Camomile, The

Heinz Grotzke

Grotzke

 

74

13-20

Can We Restore the Old-Fashioned Family Farm?

Carl Ogren

Ogren

 

75

30-35

Care of Hay in the Hayloft

E. E. Pfeiffer

Pfeiffer

IV

2

6, 10,

 

 

 

 

 

14

Cattle Feeding along Bio-Dynamic Lines

E. E. Pfeiffer

Pfeiffer

VI

3

24-30

Cereal Root Nematodes

H. H. Koepf

Koepf

 

93

34

Challenges

Russell C. Derber

Derber

 

89

22-25

Changing Rural Pattern-- a Challenge, The, Part I

E. E. Pfeiffer

Pfeiffer

 

36

2-6

Changing Rural Pattern-- a Challenge, The, Part II

E. E. Pfeiffer

Pfeiffer

 

37

3-11

Chemist's Reaction to Bio-Dynamics, A

Henry A. Hoffman, Jr.

Hoffman

VI

1

31-32

Chinese Agriculture

M. Holmes

Holmes

XI

4 & 5

39-45

Christian and the Creature, The

Gottfried Richter

Richter

 

112

25-28

Chromatograms of Grain and Flour

E. E. Pfeiffer

Pfeiffer

 

54

2-15

Chromatograms of Soil, Bio-Dynamic Preparations and their

Erica Sabarth

Sabarth

 

62

9-14

Source Materials

 

 

 

 

 

Climate and Geography

George Cragin

Cragin

 

57

20-23

Clipping from Canada, A

 

anon

III

2

13-

 

 

 

 

 

16.

Cold Weather Vegetables

E. Speiden

Speiden

 

39

15-24

Collaboration of Consumers, Producers, and Tradesmen in

Tom Jurriaanse

Jurriaanse

 

103

9-13

Title

Author

1st Author

Vol

Num

Pg

 

 

Last Name

 

 

 

Holland

 

 

 

 

 

Color Symptoms in Plant Deficiency Diseases

Erica Sabarth

Sabarth

XI

1&2

15-23

Community Ecologist, The

F.R. Fosberg

Fosberg

 

56

24-28

Companion and Protective Plants

Richard B. Gregg

Gregg

III

1

16-24

Comparative Soil Tests 1951-1961 of a Bio-Dynamic Farm

E. E. Pfeiffer

Pfeiffer

 

60

1-11

Comparison of Personality Characteristics of Individuals

Philip S. Very

Very

 

91

14-22

Attracted to Various Agricultural Methodologies, A

 

 

 

 

 

Comparisons Between Farm and Garden Practices

Peter Escher

Escher

XII

4

35-39

Compensation for Lack of Lime through the Bio-Dynamic

F. Bessenich and E.E. Pfeiffer

Bessenich

 

1 (3 &

29-30

Preparations 500, 503 and 505

 

 

 

4)

 

Compost and Fertilizer on Peas

E. E. Pfeiffer

Pfeiffer

IX

3

2-5

Compost Heap, The

 

anon

 

11

1-10

Compost Lessons from the Earthworm

E. Speiden

Speiden

V

2

33-35

Compost: What It Is-- How It Is Made-- What It Does

H. H. Koepf

Koepf

 

77

20-37

Composting Again-- Small and Large

E. E. Pfeiffer

Pfeiffer

XI

1 & 2

2-14

Composting Coffee Waste and Manure at Golden Acres

Walter Stuber and Peter Blaser

Stuber

XII

2

2-5

Farm

 

 

 

 

 

Composting Comes of Age (Review of E. E. Pfeiffer's the

Fred Heckel

Heckel

 

42

33-34

Compost Manufacturer's Manual)

 

 

 

 

 

Composting Leaves

Howard B. Mehrtens

Mehrtens

 

36

7-10

Composting on the Farm with B.D. Starter

Peter Blaser

Blaser

XII

4

23-32

Composting, a Bridge Between Bio-Dynamics and

Joe S. Francis

Francis

 

84

18-22

"Orthodox" Methods

 

 

 

 

 

Title

Author

1st Author

Vol

Num

Pg

 

 

Last Name

 

 

 

Consequences Unto the Third and Fourth Generation

Heinz Graupner

Graupner

 

77

18-20

Conservation in the Suburbs

Fred Heckel

Heckel

 

72

17-18

Conservation-Alert County, A

Maybel M. Holmes

Holmes

 

37

11-13

Conservationists Should Beware the 'Jehovah Complex'

Conservation News

Anon

 

53

39-41

Conserving Nutritional Values

Cathryn Elwood

Elwood

 

65

35-45

Considering Biological Agriculture

H. H. Koepf

Koepf

 

112

7-15

Continuing Growth-- Duxbury, 1974

Madelon Arking

Arking

 

111

32-35

Contrasting Approaches to Farm Problems

Peter Escher

Escher

 

37

14-17

Cooperative Marketing

C. Russell Keep, Jr.

Keep

 

52

9-11

Cosmic Clocks and Life Rhythms

H. H. Koepf

Koepf

 

75

27-29

Cosmic Error, A (Poem)

Harvey E. Yantis

Yantis

X

3

19

Cosmic Rhythms

J. Schultz

Schultz

 

1 (3 &

21-25

 

 

 

 

4)

 

Covering the Ground with Vegetables

Helen Philbrick

Philbrick

 

68

25-28

Crickets in Greenhouses

 

anon

 

40

23

Critic at Large

Brooks Atkinson

Atkinson

 

70

23-25

Critical View of Techno-Industrial Agriculture, A

Don McGuire

McGuire

 

107

12-36

Crystallizations in Frost

Helen Philbrick

Philbrick

 

98

42-44

Cucumber, The

Heinz Grotzke

Grotzke

 

64

29-36

Cultivated Herbs-- Yesterday and Today

Heinz Grotzke

Grotzke

 

54

21-27

Current Topics, Part I

H. H. Koepf

Koepf

 

70

40-45

Title

Author

1st Author

Vol

Num

Pg

 

 

Last Name

 

 

 

Current Topics, Part II

H. H. Koepf

Koepf

 

71

37-39

Current Topics, Part III

H. H. Koepf

Koepf

 

72

15-17

Cutting Corners in Growing Corn

 

anon

X

1 & 2

46-47

D.H.I.A. Test at Threefold Farm

Ernest Daniel

Daniel

VIII

1

16-18

Dandelion, The

Heinze Grotzke

Grotzke

 

78

11-18

Day at the Cowger Farm: a Bio-Dynamic Workshop Takes

E. Speiden Gregg

Gregg

 

108

13-16

Form, A

 

 

 

 

 

Decay of Frozen Food

H. H. Koepf

Koepf

 

74

21

Decline of American Agriculture, The

E. E. Pfeiffer

Pfeiffer

 

70

17-22

Determination of Nitrates in Water Supplies

 

anon

 

75

41-

 

 

 

 

 

43.

Differences in Root Growth Due to Mineral and Organic

 

anon

XI

3

21-22

Fertilization

 

 

 

 

 

Digging and Delving, Part I. Introduction: The Three

Helen Philbrick

Philbrick

 

80

30-32

Dimensional Garden

 

 

 

 

 

Digging and Delving, Part II. Planning the Garden

Helen Philbrick

Philbrick

 

81

53-56

Digging and Delving, Part III. Why the Three Story Garden

Helen Philbrick

Philbrick

 

82

19-22

Works

 

 

 

 

 

Digging and Delving, Part IV. The Distribution of Sunlight

Helen Philbrick

Philbrick

 

83

23-27

Digging and Delving, Part V. The Moisture Supply

Helen Philbrick

Philbrick

 

84

26-30

Digging and Delving, Part VI. the Air Supply

Helen Philbrick

Philbrick

 

85

31-33

Digging and Delving, Part VII. Root Systems

Helen Philbrick

Philbrick

 

86

26-28

Title

Author

1st Author

Vol

Num

Pg

 

 

Last Name

 

 

 

Digging and Delving, Part VIII. The Winter Garden and Part

Helen Philbrick

Philbrick

 

87

10-16

IX. Transplanting and Other Detailed Operations

 

 

 

 

 

Directions for Taking Soil Samples

 

anon

III

2

28

Directions for the Use of the Bio-Dynamic Preparations 502

 

anon

IV

1

39

to 507 in Compost or Manure Piles

 

 

 

 

 

Dirt Farmer's Dialogue, Part 1

Carsten Pank

Pank

 

93

20-29

Dirt Farmer's Dialogue, Part II

Carsten Pank

Pank

 

94

23-32

Dirt Farmer's Dialogue, Part III

Carsten Pank

Pank

 

95

8-18

Dirt Farmer's Dialogue, Part IV

Carsten Pank

Pank

 

97

26-37

Dirt Farmer's Dialogue, Part V

Carsten Pank

Pank

 

98

25-42

Dirt Farmer's Dialogue, Part VI

Carsten Pank

Pank

 

101

16-27

Dirt Farmer's Dialogue, Part VII. p. 1

Carsten Pank

Pank

 

102

13-23

Dirt Farmer's Dialogue, Part VII. p. 2

Carsten Pank

Pank

 

103

17-28

Dirt Farmer's Dialogue, Part VIII

Carsten Pank

Pank

 

105

22-31

Discovery of Roots, The

Nigel Altman

Altman

 

1 (3 &

26-28

 

 

 

 

4)

 

Do We Really Know What We Are Doing? Ddt Spray

E. E. Pfeiffer

Pfeiffer

 

45

2-40

Programs-- Their Value and Dangers

 

 

 

 

 

Doctor and the Farmer, The

Henry N. Williams

Williams

 

113

4-11

Doctor Forman Asks Nutritional Research Project

Fred Heckel

Heckel

 

64

25-27

Does Bio-Dynamic Farming Pay?

J. Morton

Morton

III

2

22-26

Does Bread Nourish?

E. Pfeiffer

Pfeiffer

III

2

16-22

Title

Author

1st Author

Vol

Num

Pg

 

 

Last Name

 

 

 

Does Soil Testing Help Towards a Natural Control of

H. H. Koepf

Koepf

 

86

29-30

Fungus and Bacterial Diseases in Plants?

 

 

 

 

 

Do-It-Yourself Chromatography

Ruth Rosevear

Rosevear

III

?

21-31

Dynamic Concept of the Weather, A

E. E. Pfeiffer

Pfeiffer

IV

2

1-6

Dynamic Effects in Plant Growth

H. H. Koepf

Koepf

 

74

30-31

Dynamic Forces

E. E. Pfeiffer

Pfeiffer

 

1 (1 &

11-15

 

 

 

 

2)

 

Dynamic Forces Practically Applied

E. Riese, F. Bessenich, and E. E.

Riese

 

1 (3 &

7-11

 

Pfeiffer

 

 

4)

 

Earth Day: in Perspective

Philip S. Very

Very

 

94

37-39

Earthly and Cosmic Nutrition

Henry N. Williams

Williams

 

96

20-24

Earthworm in General-- the Compost Worm in Particular,

Heinz Grotzke

Grotzke

 

47

17-24

The

 

 

 

 

 

Earthworms Rejuvenate the Soil

Lawrence C. Lemmon

Lemmon

IX

1

27-32

Echoes of the Bio-Dynamic Conference, August 1961, at

E. Speiden Gregg

Gregg

 

60

21-24

Threefold Farm

 

 

 

 

 

Ecological Fable, An (Poem)

Dienemann

Dienemann

 

54

35

Ecology Made Understandable (A Review of The Web of

E. Speiden

Speiden

 

36

23-25

Life, by John H. Storer)

 

 

 

 

 

Effect of Fertilizers on Cultivated Plants, The

Magda Engqvist

Engqvist

 

74

22-30

Effect of Site, Fertilizing, and Growth Influencing Factors

Bo D. Pettersson

Pettersson

 

96

1-19

Upon the Quality of Potato Tubers, The

 

 

 

 

 

Effectiveness of High Dilutions, The

 

anon

 

86

13-15

Title

Author

1st Author

Vol

Num

Pg

 

 

Last Name

 

 

 

Effects of Excessive Phosphate in the Soil

H. H. Koepf

Koepf

 

111

1-2

Effects of Seeding Rates on Spring Seeded Alfalfa without

 

anon

 

91

38

Companion Crop in New York

 

 

 

 

 

Ehrenfried E. Pfeiffer and His Work (Memorial Issue)

~Many authors

~Many authors

 

61

2-39.

Electric Insect Traps

Heinz Grotzke

Grotzke

 

46

17-20

Elemental World and Man, The

Heinz Grotzke

Grotzke

 

113

11-16

Emerson's Approach to Nature

Heinz Grotzke

Grotzke

 

94

2-12

Environmental Relationship of the Organism

H. H. Koepf

Koepf

 

78

19-20

Equations (Poem)

Carsten Pank

Pank

 

82

11

Equisetum Tea Versus Black Spot in Rhode Island

Helen Handell

Handell

 

87

30-31

Erlangen Compost Plant, The

 

anon

 

47

25-27

Established Pesticides Carry High Risk

H. H. Koepf

Koepf

 

93

33

Evaluation of Soil Productivity for Management, and Other

H. H. Koepf

Koepf

 

71

3-14

Basic Decisions

 

 

 

 

 

Even Scientists Have to Eat!

E. Speiden

Speiden

XI

1 & 2

23-24

Experiences with a Farm Pond

George Bechtold

Bechtold

VIII

3

21-23

Experiment in Treating Liquid Manure

H. H. Koepf

Koepf

 

79

1-12

Experiment with Dr. Pfeiffer's B.D. Compost Starter, An

Katharina Hanke

Hanke

 

82

25-26

Experimental Garden of 1950, The

E. E. Pfeiffer

Pfeiffer

IX

3

11-12

Experiments and Observations on the Use of Bone Meal on

Bo D. Pettersson

Pettersson

 

67

15-20

Grass and Clover Mixtures in Central Scandinavia

 

 

 

 

 

Eyeing Potatoes

Ludwig Piening

Piening

VII

1

18-20

Title

Author

1st Author

Vol

Num

Pg

 

 

Last Name

 

 

 

Facts and Observations

Howard Laskey

Laskey

 

90

8-11

Faith Homestead

Helen Philbrick

Philbrick

VIII

1

11-15

Family Farming

 

anon

IX

4

18-

 

 

 

 

 

20.

Farm Conference at Golden Acres

 

anon

 

44

10

Farm Conference at Golden Acres

Peter Escher

Escher

 

46

2-7

Farm Drugs and Human Health

H. H. Koepf

Koepf

 

90

18-19

Farm Is Not An Economic Haven, A

William J. McCauley

McCauley

IV

2

11-14

Farm Yard Manure Verses Artificials

O. Elstrup Rasmussen

Rasmussen

V

1

10-12

Farmers Also Conservationists

H. H. Koepf

Koepf

 

106

31

Farmer's Follies

Charles W. Eddy

Eddy

X

4

24-30

Farmer's Holiday, A

Ernest Daniel

Daniel

VIII

1

18-21

Farmer's Progress?, Part I

H. F. Mahle

Mahle

 

66

24-26

Farmer's Progress?, Part II

H. F. Mahle

Mahle

 

67

13-15

Farmer's Progress?, Part III

H. F. Mahle

Mahle

 

70

38-40

Farmer's Progress?, Part IV

H. F. Mahle

Mahle

 

72

13-15

Farming as a Social Fulfillment

H. H. Koepf

Koepf

 

106

15-21

Farming in the Rio Grande Valley

Peter A. Escher

Escher

X

1 & 2

27-32

Feathery Eggs and Sponge Cakes

Helen Philbrick

Philbrick

XII

3

21-22

Feeding Cattle for Health and Fertility

Wolfgang Schaumann

Schaumann

 

111

2-10

Feeding Dairy Cattle

Robert J. Emde

Emde

III

1

26-31

Title

Author

1st Author

Vol

Num

Pg

 

 

Last Name

 

 

 

Feeding, the Alpha and Omega in Farming

Carsten Pank

Pank

 

76

15-25

Field Day at Chester

A. Heckel

Heckel

VII

4

13-15

First Three Furrows, The

Andrew Hoy and Asger Elmquist

Hoy

 

114

21-22

Fish Look for Work to Do, The

A. Kucherenko

Kucherenko

 

104

20-23

Five Years of Bio-Dynamic Gardening in Southern Virginia

Alma Ruth Davis

Davis

 

111

10-14

Food: Where Does Yours Come From? (Part I)

S. W. Edwards

Edwards

VII

1

2-5

Food: Where Does Yours Come From? (Part II)

S. W. Edwards

Edwards

VII

2

17-20

Food: Where Does Yours Come From? (Part III)

S. W. Edwards

Edwards

VIII

2

9-12

Forage Plant Extracts Increase Germination and Growth of

 

anon

 

91

40

Corn Seedlings

 

 

 

 

 

Forest in the Ecological System and in the Farm Economy,

J. B. Santon

Santon

 

76

30-40

The

 

 

 

 

 

Forest Seed Production in Relation to Planetary Cycles, Part

Joachim Schultz

Schultz

XI

3

10-20

I

 

 

 

 

 

Forest Seed Production in Relation to Planetary Cycles, Part

Joachim Schultz

Schultz

XI

4 & 5

26-34

II

 

 

 

 

 

Forestry or Famine?

Rolf Gardiner

Gardiner

VIII

2

19-28

Forests Near Big Cities Must Be Preserved

H. H. Koepf

Koepf

 

89

2

Forming of Soils and Their Testing, The

Erica Sabarth

Sabarth

 

96

25-37

Forty Years of Bio-Dynamic Farming and Gardening

H. H. Koepf

Koepf

 

72

1-4

From Loudon's Encyclopedia, London, 1824

H. Philbrick (contributed by)

Philbrick

 

36

25-26

From Missouri

John and Helen Philbrick

Philbrick

IX

1

15-16

Title

Author

1st Author

Vol

Num

Pg

 

 

Last Name

 

 

 

From Our Secretary

Josephine Porter

Porter

 

53

36-39

From Our Secretary's Correspondence

 

anon

 

51

29-

 

 

 

 

 

31.

From Rosina Arndt's Notebook

R. Arndt

Arndt

 

47

28-29

From Seed to Seed

Heinz Grotzke

Grotzke

 

69

18-23

From the Four Corners of the Globe

Alice Heckel

Heckel

VII

2

20-23

From the Laboratory: Chromatograms Applied to Wheat

 

anon

 

74

31-34

Experiments

 

 

 

 

 

From Wasteland to Woodland

 

anon

 

84

38

Fruitful Exchange, A

Marjorie Spock

Spock

 

104

17-19

Fruits of Specialization in Science, The (From An Address)

Barry Commoner

Commoner

 

68

32-34

Function of Natural Membrances, The

A.D. Sargood

Sargood

 

111

15-18

Future After the First Fifty Years, The

Heinz Grotzke

Grotzke

 

112

1-6

Future for the Family Farm, A

Ludwig Piening

Piening

 

69

14-17

Gain or Loss?

 

anon

 

90

36

Garden Experiences

Ruth Eastman and Mary Mitchell

Mitchell

VIII

4

31

Garden Tractor, The

Arnold C. Brugger

Brugger

 

104

24-27

Gardener's Progress (?) Report

Alan Brilliant

Brilliant

 

76

26-28

Gardener's Year, The, Autumn

Fred and Alice Heckel

Heckel

VII

4

32-34

Gardener's Year, The, Summer

Fred and Alice Heckel

Heckel

VII

3

34-36

Gardener's Year, The, Winter

Fred and Alice Heckel

Heckel

VIII

1

27-29

Title

Author

1st Author

Vol

Num

Pg

 

 

Last Name

 

 

 

Garrity Urges Stress on Ecology

 

anon

 

72

4-5

Germinating Force of Seeds, The

Erika Riese

Riese

 

53

25-27

Goat Breeder's Year with Dairy Sheep, A

Ingrid S. Buchinger

Buchinger

 

113

22-27

Golden Acres Apiary

Ursula Stuber

Stuber

X

4

13-16

Golden Acres Farm

Walter Stuber

Stuber

X

4

35-38

Good and Fitting Memorial, A

 

anon

 

61

40

Good Recipe for Milk, A

Walter VanderBeek

VanderBeek

IX

2

19-24

Grass Is Immortal

John J. Ingalls

Ingalls

 

92

16

Grass Tetany and Hypomagnesaemia

H. H. Koepf

Koepf

 

93

31-32

Great Land Movement in India, A

E. Speiden Gregg

Gregg

 

46

21-31

Greatest Killing Program of All?, The

Audubon Magazine (Nov.-Dec.,

anon

 

49

20-22

 

1958)

 

 

 

 

Green Manuring, Organic Fertilizer, Compost in Spring?.

E. E. Pfeiffer

Pfeiffer

X

1 & 2

18-21

Greenhouse Experiences, Part I

Helen Philbrick

Philbrick

 

37

26-32

Greenhouse Experiences, Part II

Helen Philbrick

Philbrick

 

38

27-30

Greenhouse Gardening

Heinz Grotzke

Grotzke

 

80

23-26

Greenhouse on the B.D. Homestead, The

E. F. Winter

Winter

 

48

13-19

Grindstone Lies Buried Under Snow

Sterling W. Edwards

Edwards

X

1 & 2

32-35

Grindstone Run Becomes a Summer Stream

Sterling W. Edwards

Edwards

X

3

20-23

Grindstone Run Empties Into the Potomac

Sterling W. Edwards

Edwards

VI

3

20-24

Grotzke Compost

 

anon

 

54

20

Title

Author

1st Author

Vol

Num

Pg

 

 

Last Name

 

 

 

Grow a Garden

Heinz Grotzke

Grotzke

 

93

2-3

Grow Vetch, Young Man

R. A. Arndt

Arndt

 

43

28-29

Growing Farm Tenancy Threatens the Soil

W. J. McCauley

McCauley

V

2

24-27

Growing Insensitivity of Insects to Insecticides, The

C.J. Briejer

Briejer

 

47

9-16

Growing Need for Bio-Dynamic Agriculture, The

Hartmut von Jeetze

von Jeetze

 

113

1-4

Growing Quality Herbs

Heinz Grotzke

Grotzke

 

108

33-36

Growing Up with Honey

Wilbur C. Wahl

Wahl

 

94

33-37

Growth Analyses of An Alfalfa Community

 

anon

 

92

38

Harlemville: First Year's Report

Jeanne Bergen

Bergen

 

109

16-20

Healthy and Diseased Pastures

E. E. Pfeiffer

Pfeiffer

III

1

10-14

Herb Growing

E. Speiden

Speiden

II

2

25-31

Herb Seasonings and How to Use Them

H.H. Koepf

Koepf

 

89;14-

 

 

 

 

 

16

 

Herb Teas

E. Speiden

Speiden

IX

2

13-18

Herbicides and Soil Structure

H. H. Koepf

Koepf

 

83

21-22

Herbs in the Garden

Margaret Thomas

Thomas

 

62

40-41

Hidden Truths (Poem)

Christian Ostergaard

Ostergaard

 

92

1

Highlights and Sidelights

Karl Walter

Walter

 

92

30-36

Highlights from the B. D. Conference 1952

Fred Heckel

Heckel

X

4

16-23

History and Principles of Bio-Dynamic Agricultural

 

anon

 

105

1-7

Methods

 

 

 

 

 

Title

Author

1st Author

Vol

Num

Pg

 

 

Last Name

 

 

 

History of Minkdale Farm and What Caused Us to Become

A. F. A. Konig

Konig

II

1

27-30

B. D. Minded

 

 

 

 

 

Hog Feeding

E. E. Pfeiffer

Pfeiffer

VI

3

30-31

Holland Increases Application of City Garbage Composts

H. H. Koepf

Koepf

 

84

22-23

Home Garden, A

E. B. Sayre

Sayre

VII

4

19-20

Home Remedy for Cats Poisoned with DDT

 

anon

 

78

20

Hope for Natural Insect Control?

Alice Heckel

Heckel

 

84

24-25

Horns of a Dilemma, The

The Chambers Family

Chambers

 

108

1-4

How Certain Plants Can Utilize Locked-Up Phosphorous

H. H. Koepf

Koepf

 

90

29

How Do the New Insecticides Affect Public Health?

 

anon

XII

2

36-39

How Long Do Seeds Keep?

E. E. Pfeiffer

Pfeiffer

 

41

23-26

How Moist is Moist?

E. E. Pfeiffer

Pfeiffer

XI

4 & 5

35-38

How Much Compost Should We Use?

E. E. Pfeiffer

Pfeiffer

XII

4

2-12

How to Buy a Farm

E. E. Pfeiffer

Pfeiffer

II

1

11-17

How to Convert a Farm to Bio-Dynamics, Part I

William Ferguson

Ferguson

III

2

26-28

How to Convert a Farm to Bio-Dynamics, Part II, The Large

William Ferguson

Ferguson

IV

1

29-33

Farm

 

 

 

 

 

How to Convert a Farm to Bio-Dynamics, Part III, The

William Ferguson

Ferguson

IV

2

33-37

Small and Medium-Sized Farm

 

 

 

 

 

Human Ecology

Jonathan Forman

Forman

 

80

18-22

Human Interest Story, A

Fred Heckel

Heckel

 

81

14-17

Hybrid Corn vs. Open Pollinated Corn

Ernest M. Halbleib

Halbleib

VIII

2

7-9

Title

Author

1st Author

Vol

Num

Pg

 

 

Last Name

 

 

 

I Did Not Know... (Poem)

Andrew Hoy

Hoy

 

112

32

Ideal Soil, The

E. E. Pfeiffer

Pfeiffer

 

40

17-19

Impression of Australia and Bio-Dynamics Therein, An

P.C. Proctor

Proctor

 

113

17-19

Impressions of Agriculture Abroad-- 1950

E. E. Pfeiffer

Pfeiffer

VIII

4

10-16

Impressions of Agriculture in England and Scotland 1950

E. E. Pfeiffer

Pfeiffer

IX

1

17-23

Impressions of the Farm Conference

E. Speiden

Speiden

XII

4

16-22

In Defense of the Amateur

Minerva Brooks

Brooks

V

1

20-24

In Memory of Ludwig Piening

 

anon

 

90

33-35

In Praise of Weeds

H. H. Koepf

Koepf

 

72

10-12

In Search of Quality, Part I

H. H. Koepf

Koepf

 

91

3-14

In Search of Quality, Part II

H. H. Koepf

Koepf

 

92

2-15

Individual-- the Community-- the Land, The

Michael Schmundt

Schmundt

 

114

23-27

Industrial Item, An

 

anon

 

50

20

Influence of Fertilization on Feed Quality

Irmgard von Grone-Gueltzow

von Grone-

 

105

16-22

 

 

Gueltzow

 

 

 

Influence of the Soil on the Health of Plants, Animals and

Fred and Alice Heckel

Heckel

 

55

15-19

Man, The

 

 

 

 

 

Insect Resistance

H. H. Koepf

Koepf

 

106

27

Insect World's Relationship to Cruciferous Plants, The

Heinrich Thies

Thies

 

108

30-36

Insecticides Today and Tomorrow

W. Coda Martin

Martin

 

44

21-31

Instructions for Building a Compost Pile with the B. D.

 

anon

 

58

8-14

Compost Starter

 

 

 

 

 

Title

Author

1st Author

Vol

Num

Pg

 

 

Last Name

 

 

 

Integrated Control Must Start with the Soil

O. W. Grussendorf

Grussendorf

 

82

1-11

Integrated Pest and Disease Control

H. H. Koepf

Koepf

 

89

32-34

Intensifying a B. D. Homestead Production

E. F. Winter

Winter

 

52

12-19

Interactions of Manure and N on Growth, Yield, and Mineral

 

anon

 

92

37

Composition of Continuous Corn Growing on Clay Soil

 

 

 

 

 

Intercropping Vegetables with Herbs

 

anon

 

86

25

Introduction to Pfeiffer’s Soil Fertility, Renewal and

Eve Balfour

Balfour

V

2

22-24

Preservation

 

 

 

 

 

It's An Ill Wind

Alice Heckel

Heckel

 

79

42-45

Jefferson's Plow

Virginia Moore

Moore

II

2

22-24

John Philbrick, President of the B. D. Association

Fred Heckel

Heckel

 

63

25-26

Jottings from Vermont

Charles W. Eddy

Eddy

IX

4. 23-

 

 

 

 

 

28

 

Kalendarial Index, Part I

Helen Philbrick

Philbrick

 

99

12-34

Kalendarial Index, Part II

Helen Philbrick

Philbrick

 

100

12-25

Kalendarial Index, Part III

Helen Philbrick

Philbrick

 

101

27-38

Kalendarial Index, Part IV

Helen Philbrick

Philbrick

 

102

24-35

Kimberton Farms

 

anon

III

1

32-33

Kimberton Farms Agricultural School

 

anon

III

1

39-42

Know Your Soil

E. E. Pfeiffer

Pfeiffer

VII

2

2-7

Knowledge of Gods, The (A Poem)

Rudolf Steiner

Steiner

III

 

32

Land Administrators Blend New Concepts with Old

Ernest Swift

Swift

 

56

29-31

Title

Author

1st Author

Vol

Num

Pg

 

 

Last Name

 

 

 

Landscape Balances

 

anon

IV

2

37

Large Farm or Small Farm

E. E. Pfeiffer

Pfeiffer

IV

1

1-7

Large-Scale Composting

Fred Heckel

Heckel

 

84

9-10

Learning on the Nature Trail

Cornelia Schwartz

Schwartz

 

111

18-20

Lecture to the Bio-Dynamic Association

Lady Eve Balfour

Balfour

VI

2

9-13

Let Us Get Back to Earth

Lord Northbourne

Northbourne

VII

1

31-32

Letter from France, A

Pierre Sauvegeot

Sauvegeot

IV

1

19-28

Letter from Greece

Ingrid S. Buchinger

Buchinger

 

79

14-16

Letter from India, A

E. Speiden Gregg

Gregg

 

43

35-38

Letter from Moscow

E. F. Winter

Winter

 

57

11-14

Life in the Garden

John H. Philbrick

Philbrick

 

62

36-40

Light of the Sun, The (Poem)

Rudolf Steiner

Steiner

 

93

1

Light That Shines in Men, The (Poem)

Rudolf Steiner

Steiner

 

112

37

Lime Meal for Feeding

E. 0. Eckstein

Eckstein

II

1

23-26

Little Report on China Farms, A

Tze-kong Waung

Waung

IX

3

25-26

Living Influences on Plant Development

A. de Podolinsky

Podolinsky

 

106

1-10

Love of the Earth, A

Richard Potter

Potter

 

65

23-31

Make Your Own Compost the Fast Machine Way with the

 

anon

VIII

1

22-25

B.D. Compost Starter

 

 

 

 

 

Man and Mechanization in Farming

Ludwig Piening

Piening

 

72

6-10

Manure

 

anon

II

2

1-8

Title

Author

1st Author

Vol

Num

Pg

 

 

Last Name

 

 

 

Manure Handling

H.H. Koepf

Koepf

 

79

12-14

Marketing of Golden Acres Farm Bio-Dynamic Produce,

Walter Stuber and C.R. Keep, Jr.

Stuber

 

48

27-30

The

 

 

 

 

 

Mastitis, its Cause and Treatment

E.E. Pfeiffer

Pfeiffer

V

1

32-35

Matter That Matters, The, Part I

H. H. Koepf

Koepf

 

80

2-17

Matter That Matters, The, Part II

H. H. Koepf

Koepf

 

81

1-14

Matter That Matters, The, Part III

H. H. Koepf

Koepf

 

83

1-15

Matter That Matters, The, Part IV

H. H. Koepf

Koepf

 

85

1-11

Meaning of pH, The

E. J. Davis

Davis

VII

1

13-15

Mechanization Has Various Uses on the Farm

 

anon

 

70

37-

 

 

 

 

 

38.

Metamorphosis of Plants, The

J. W. Goethe

Goethe

 

110

All

Microorganisms and the Life in the Oceans

H.H. Koepf

Koepf

 

89

25

Minkdale Farm-- In Retrospect

A. F. A. Konig

Konig

V

1

18-20

More About Trace Elements

Erica Sabarth

Sabarth

 

36

11-19

More Food for the Thoughtful

E. Speiden

Speiden

XI

3

25-26

More on Time Capsules

 

anon

 

87

19.

Mulching

E. Speiden

Speiden

XI

4 & 5

18-25

Mulching

Heinz Grotzke

Grotzke

 

79

17-28

Mulching-- Right or Wrong?

E.E. Pfeiffer

Pfeiffer

 

51

2-6

Municipal and Industrial Composting

E.E. Pfeiffer

Pfeiffer

VIII

2

2-6

Title

Author

1st Author

Vol

Num

Pg

 

 

Last Name

 

 

 

My Way to Look at Chickens

Ingrid S. Buchinger

Buchinger

 

90

30-32

Natural Landscaping

Alice Heckel

Heckel

 

56

12-20

Nature in the Bible

Richard C. Potter

Potter

 

83

16-21

Nature's Compost

Henry I. Baldwin

Baldwin

VIII

1

7-11

Nature's Wonder Drug

Ruth Eastman

Eastman

 

43

26-28

Need for An Organismal Approach, The

Heinz Grotzke

Grotzke

 

105 9

13

Needed: a Testing Ground for Organics

S. W. Edwards

Edwards

V

1

12-18

Nematodes and Crop Rotation

H.H. Koepf

Koepf

 

90

32

Nematodes as Parasites on Insect Pests

 

anon

 

86

23-

 

 

 

 

 

24.

New Concepts for the Social Handling of Pollution

H.H. Koepf

Koepf

 

78

1-8

New Developments in Composting

E.E. Pfeiffer

Pfeiffer

 

53

2-9

New Gregg Publication, A, (Excerpts from a Philosophy of

Richard B. Gregg

Gregg

 

49

27-31

Indian Economic Development)

 

 

 

 

 

New Image of Compost, The

Russell C. Derber

Derber

 

84

10-17

New Jersey NFA Hears Scientists

Fred Heckel

Heckel

 

54

16-19

New Plants from Cuttings

Heinz Grotzke

Grotzke

 

70

27-34

New Publication, A

John and Helen Philbrick

Philbrick

 

37

21-22

New Way to Pick the Best Breeders-- By Eye

Charles E. Ball

Ball

 

75

35-39

News from Astra Farm: a Garden Grows

Jeffrey and Jody Mitchell

Mitchell

 

108

5-12

News from California

Barbara Betteridge

Betteridge

IX

3

16-17

Title

Author

1st Author

Vol

Num

Pg

 

 

Last Name

 

 

 

News from Roanridge Homestead, Parkville

John and Helen Philbrick

Philbrick

XII

2

13-16

Night Blooming Cereus

 

anon

 

89

16

Nineteen Sixty Conference, The

Fred Heckel

Heckel

 

56

10-12

Nineteen Sixty-Three Conference, The

Fred Heckel

Heckel

 

68

1-4

Nitrate Poisoning

Andrew Sargood

Sargood

 

113

28-32

Nitrate: An Ailing Organism Calls for Healing

H.H. Koepf

Koepf

 

73

5-48

Note on the Use of Chamomile for Contagious White Scours

Graham Carey

Carey

IV

1

34-35

Notes and Clippings

 

anon

V

2

36-38

Notes and Clippings

 

anon

VI

2

29-30

Notes on "The Dairy Herd, "

Ernest Daniel

Daniel

VI

1

21-22

Notes on Citrus Culture

Harold S. Richmond

Richmond

XI

1 & 2

25-29

Notes on Lime

 

anon

IV

2

14,

 

 

 

 

 

21

Notes on Mushroom Growing

 

anon

V

1

39-40

Notes on the Farm Conference

Peter Escher and Helen Philbrick

Escher

 

39

25-31

Notes on the Way

H.H. Koepf

Koepf

 

74

1-6

Nutrient Balance, The

E.E. Pfeiffer

Pfeiffer

 

39

2-10

Nutrient Uptake Is Influenced By Soil Life

H .H. H. Koepf

Koepf

 

93

34

Observations and Thoughts on the Sugar Maple

R.C. Schon

Schon

VII

2

13-17

Observations Made During the Development of Bio-

Georg Merckens

Merckens

 

71

27-32

Dynamic Work

 

 

 

 

 

Title

Author

1st Author

Vol

Num

Pg

 

 

Last Name

 

 

 

Observations of Bio-Dynamic and Mineral Treatment of Soil

E. E. Pfeiffer

Pfeiffer

X

1 & 2

2-13

Observations on Bio-Dynamic and Mineral Treatment of

E.E. Pfeiffer

Pfeiffer

VIII

1

2-7

Soil

 

 

 

 

 

Observations on the Nature of Humus

Fiona von Heider

von Heider

 

100

1-11

Observing Root Hairs

 

anon

 

38

26

One Man's Farm

David Clement

Clement

 

37

23-26

Organic Farming and Its Influence on the Health of Soils,

John W. Hershey

Hershey

VI

3

11-19

Plants, Animals, and Man

 

 

 

 

 

Organic Fertilizing Improves Soil Hygiene

H. H. Koepf

Koepf

 

87

26-30

Organic Management Reduces Leaching of Nitrate

H.H. Koepf

Koepf

 

108

20-30

Organic Matter Rebuilt in Pure Sand

E.E. Pfeiffer

Pfeiffer

IX

2

2-8

Organic Whole, The

Fred Heckel

Heckel

X

1 & 2

36-40

Organic-Chemical Controversy in Agriculture, The

E.E. Pfeiffer

Pfeiffer

X

3

2-19

Origin of the Theory of Metamorphosis

Rudolf Steiner

Steiner

 

109

24-40

Our Environment Needs Caring For

H.H. Koepf

Koepf

 

80

36-37

Our Oregon Garden

E. Speiden Gregg

Gregg

 

85

18-31

Our Salad Garden

Charles W. Eddy

Eddy

XII

2

16-18

Our Threatened Environment

J.R. Howes

Howes

 

89

17-20

Out of Oregon

Richard and Evelyn Gregg

Gregg

 

68

19-21

Paean to Goats

Marjorie Spock

Spock

 

86

15-17

Parallels

Carsten Pank

Pank

 

87

25-26

Title

Author

1st Author

Vol

Num

Pg

 

 

Last Name

 

 

 

Peasant Farming in Austria and Switzerland (From a Lecture

Peter Escher

Escher

 

41

19-23

By E.F. Winter)

 

 

 

 

 

People Notes from the Stockholm Human Environment

Karl E. Schaefer

Schaefer

 

104

2-5

Conference

 

 

 

 

 

Permanent Pastures

H.H. Koepf

Koepf

 

66

1-14

Personal Growth in Bio-Dynamics

Donald Harvey

Harvey

 

114

31-34

Personal Question, A

Helen Philbrick

Philbrick

 

64

27-29

Pest Becomes a Benefit, A

Alice Heckel

Heckel

 

100

32

Pesticides Persist in Silage

H.H. Koepf

Koepf

 

84

25

Pesticides Poisoning State's Fish

 

anon

 

90

40

Pfeiffer Chromatograms Used to Check on Composting

 

anon

 

75

17-19

Process

 

 

 

 

 

Pfeiffer on Soils and Activators and the Nitrogen Problem

E.E. Pfeiffer

Pfeiffer

 

64

1-8

Phosphorus and Food Production

H.H. Koepf

Koepf

 

109

7-16

Planning for the Home Vegetable Garden

E. Speiden

Speiden

XII

3

26-32

Plant Diseases and Composting

H.H. Koepf

Koepf

 

82

22-24

Plant Relationships as Made Visible By Chromatography

Erica Sabarth

Sabarth

 

85

12-15

Plant Speaks to the Grower, The (A Modern Fable)

Heinz Grotzke

Grotzke

 

76

40-44

Plant Symbiosis

Erica Sabarth

Sabarth

 

93

13-20

Plant Symbiosis

Erica Sabarth

Sabarth

XI

4 & 5

7-17

Planting Green Manure in Corn

Oscar Schmidt

Schmidt

 

11

15-18

Plants Absorb Organic Substances from Soil

E.E. Pfeiffer

Pfeiffer

 

58

1-8

Title

Author

1st Author

Vol

Num

Pg

 

 

Last Name

 

 

 

Plowman's Song, A (Poem)

Andrew Hoy

Hoy

 

114

30

Poisonous Poultry?

 

anon

X

1 & 2

17

Pollution of Lakes and Streams By Inorganic Nitrogen

Alice Heckel

Heckel

 

85

17

Fertilizers

 

 

 

 

 

Possible Cancer Hazard Presented By Feeding Diethyl-

Granville F. Knight, W. Coda Martin,

Knight

 

40

24-28

Stilbestrol to Cattle

Rigoberto Iglesias, and William E.

 

 

 

 

 

Smith

 

 

 

 

Possible Future Use of Bacterial Inoculants in Indian

Purna Chandra

Chandra

 

65

31-35

Agriculture

 

 

 

 

 

Poultry Operation at Golden Acres Farm

Walter Stuber

Stuber

 

38

23-26

Power of An Agricultural Civilization, The

Richard B. Gregg

Gregg

 

43

29-35

Powerful Pamphlets and Lively Leaflets

Fred Heckel

Heckel

 

84

30-32

Practical Aspects of Composting, Green Manuring, Liming,

E.E. Pfeiffer

Pfeiffer

 

63

1-8

Manure Handling, Growing Successful Lawns

 

 

 

 

 

Preliminary Report on Humus Formation in the Root Areas

E. E. Pfeiffer

Pfeiffer

VII

1

20-27

of Plants Under Different Soil Management, A

 

 

 

 

 

Preliminary Test with Two Types of Bread

H. H. Koepf

Koepf

 

99

8-12

Preparations. and Starter

 

anon

XI

1 & 2

29

Preservation of Man's Environment, The

F. R. Fosberg

Fosberg

 

54

31-35

Productivity of the Earth, The, Part I

H. H. Koepf

Koepf

 

86

1-12

Productivity of the Earth, The, Part II

H. H. Koepf

Koepf

 

87

1-8

Professionals Debate Pesticide Effects

Fred Heckel

Heckel

 

50

15-20

Program for Postwar Activities in the Phoenixville

H. A. W. Myrin

Myrin

III

1

33-37

Title

Author

1st Author

Vol

Num

Pg

 

 

Last Name

 

 

 

Agricultural Territory

 

 

 

 

 

Progress in the Research Laboratory

E. E. Pfieffer

Pfieffer

VI

2

24-27

Progress Notes from Juniper Farm

 

anon

 

49

31-32

Progress Report, 1962 (Toward Better Apples)

Alvin Filsinger

Filsinger

 

66

16-17

Proper Nutrition for the Elderly

H. H. Koepf

Koepf

 

89

12-14

Prosperity-- Security-- the Future

E. E. Pfeiffer

Pfeiffer

 

1 (1 &

1-5

 

 

 

 

2)

 

Protein Changes During Germination and Earliest Leaf

E. E. Pfeiffer

Pfeiffer

 

47

2-8

Growth

 

 

 

 

 

Pruning and Training Bramble Fruits and Highbush

C. C. Zych

Zych

 

92

17-26

Blueberries

 

 

 

 

 

Qualitative Chromatographic Method for the Determination

E.E. Pfeiffer

Pfeiffer

 

50

2-15

of Biological Factors, A

 

 

 

 

 

Quality Production of Seed Protein

E. E. Pfeiffer

Pfeiffer

 

46

8-16

Quality Standards for Animal Products

H.H. Koepf

Koepf

 

102

35-38

Question of Social Security

 

anon

 

74

20

Questions and Answers at the 1961 B.D. Conference

E. E. Pfeiffer

Pfeiffer

 

62

1-8

Questions and Answers on Beekeeping

Paul Marshall Allen

Allen

V

1

30-32

Quotations and Abstracts

 

anon

IX

1

33-35

Quotations and Abstracts

 

anon

VII

4

20-25

Rachel Carson-- in Memorium

Marjorie Spock

Spock

 

71

1-2

Radioactivity in the Biosphere

H. H. Koepf

Koepf

 

70

1-17

Title

Author

1st Author

Vol

Num

Pg

 

 

Last Name

 

 

 

Rather Special Conference, A

Fred Heckel

Heckel

 

97

16

Raw Materials Useful for Composting

E. E. Pfeiffer

Pfeiffer

XII

2

19-27

Reappraisal of Today's Nutrition

W. Coda Martin

Martin

 

38

12-19

Recent Developments in the Application of the B. D. Starter

E. E. Pfeiffer

Pfeiffer

X

4

2-12

Recollected Conversation, A

Margarete Buschman

Buschman

 

66

14-15

Reflections on Golden Acres Farm

Walter Stuber

Stuber

 

95

19-23

Regarding the Vitamin Content of Vegetables

F. Bessenich

Bessenich

IV

2

7-10

Relation of Sustained Livestock Production to Condition of

Clarence L. Forsling

Forsling

VII

3

9-21

Grazing Land, The

 

 

 

 

 

Remarkable Birdsfoot Trefoil, The

Carsten Pank

Pank

 

108

17-19

Remarkable Conference, A (Aug. 30-Sept. 3, 1948)

Benjamin F. Hubert

Hubert

VII

1

9-13

Removing Pesticide Residues from Food

H. H. Koepf

Koepf

 

76

28-29

Report from Canada

Robert and Grete Schon

Schon

V

1

1-4.

 

 

 

 

 

20-28

Report from Lake Success

Fred and Alice Heckel

Heckel

VII

4

20-28

Report on a Family Farm

Ludwig Piening

Piening

 

52

7-9

Report on Airlie Farm

R. C. Schon

Schon

IX

3

18-22

Report on Golden Acres Farm

Walter Stuber

Stuber

XII

4

13-15

Report on the 1956 Bio-Dynamic Farm Conference

Helen Philbrick

Philbrick

 

42

25-33

Report on the Work Underway at the Biochemical Research

H. H. Koepf

Koepf

 

76

1-10

Laboratory, Spring Valley, New York

 

 

 

 

 

Report to Members, Part I

Heinz Grotzke

Grotzke

 

113

19-22

Title

Author

1st Author

Vol

Num

Pg

 

 

Last Name

 

 

 

Report to Members, Part II

Heinz Grotzke

Grotzke

 

114

35-36

Research on Quality

H. H. Koepf, Bo D. Pettersson, and

Koepf

 

114

7-16

 

W. Schaumann

 

 

 

 

Residues in Milk

Fred Heckel

Heckel

 

49

33-34

Resources Conference of the U.N.

 

anon

VII

3

7-9

Responsible Dealing with the Kingdoms of Nature

H. H. Koepf

Koepf

 

102

1-10

Restoring Good Conditions for Alfalfa

H. H. Koepf

Koepf

 

80

27-29

Review of the Evidence for Food Quality Differences in

Maria Linder

Linder

 

107

1-11

Relation to Fertilization of the Soil with Organics or Mineral

 

 

 

 

 

Fertilizers, A

 

 

 

 

 

Rhythmical Phenomena in Earth and Cosmos in Relation to

Gerhardt Schmidt

Schmidt

 

93

4-12

Nutrition and Agriculture

 

 

 

 

 

Richard C. Potter, 1889-1968

Helen Philbrick

Philbrick

 

86

24-25

Root in Its Environment, The

Heinz Grotzke

Grotzke

 

58

20-26

Rooting Patterns of Soybean Varieties

 

anon

 

91

39

Round Table Discussion

 

anon

VI

1

16-18

Rudolf Steiner Farm School: a Special Report

 

anon

 

114

38-39

Rudolf Steiner's Impulse to Agriculture

E.E. Pfeiffer

Pfeiffer

 

40

2-15

Rudolf Steiner's Impulse to Herbology

Heinz Grotzke

Grotzke

 

90

20-29

Rural China

E. Speiden

Speiden

II

1

18-22

Rye Strips as Windbreaks

 

anon

 

70

25-26

Save That Peel

 

anon

XII

2

34-35

Title

Author

1st Author

Vol

Num

Pg

 

 

Last Name

 

 

 

Save That Raindrop

C. M. Blake

Blake

VII

2

7-13

Save Your Own Seeds

E. Speiden

Speiden

IX

4

7-12

Scientists Seek to Preserve Man in Face of Chemicals

 

anon

 

56

23-24

Secrets of the Universe in a Bio-Dynamic Garden

H. Philbrick

Philbrick

 

91

28-30

Seed Eaters, The (Poem)

Robert Francis

Francis

 

109

23

Seed Growing

Heinz Grotzke

Grotzke

 

62

23-31

Seeds and Their Size

Heinz Grotzke

Grotzke

 

75

20-26

Selling Bio-Dynamic Ideas to the Public

Maria Linder

Linder

 

97

17-24

Seven Years of B. D. Gardening

Arnold C. Brugger

Brugger

 

58

14-19

Seven Years of Soil Survey on a Bio-Dynamic Farm

E. E. Pfeiffer

Pfeiffer

XII

3

2-19

Shall We Plow?

 

anon

III

2

1-2

Short Course in Bio-Dynamic Gardening

Mildred Brown

Brown

III

1

37-39

Siberian Kale as a Cover Crop Plant

C. M. Blake

Blake

VII

1

6-9

Significance of the Animal Population of the Soil, The

Friedrich Wilhelm

Wilhelm

 

79

32-40

Significant Progress in Bio-Dynamics in the Scandinavian

H. H. Koepf

Koepf

 

84

1-8

Countries

 

 

 

 

 

Silent Spring-- Ten Years After

Carsten Pank

Pank

 

104

5-17

Silica and Silica Sprays

H. H. Koepf

Koepf

 

78

24-30

Six More to Go

Arnold C. Brugger

Brugger

 

70

35-37

Sixth Annual Farmers' Conference at Golden Acres Farm

 

anon

 

53

9-10

Slaughtering Home-Raised Beef

Roger D. Hale

Hale

III

2

3-8

Title

Author

1st Author

Vol

Num

Pg

 

 

Last Name

 

 

 

Small Farm's Development, A

R. G. Schonbeck

Schonbeck

VI

2

3-9

So You Want to Make a Compost Pile

Peter Escher

Escher

 

43

16-26

Soil and Health

E. E. Pfeiffer

Pfeiffer

VI

1

18-20

Soil and Health

Walter Vander Beek

Vander Beek

VII

3

27-32

Soil as Feed Additive for Young Pigs

H. H. Koepf

Koepf

 

90

35

Soil Building versus Nutrient Solution

E. E. Pfeiffer

Pfeiffer

 

57

1-11

Soil Conservation

Owen R. Boyd

Boyd

VI

1

7-8

Soil Conservation at 'Wethersfield'

 

anon

IV

2

15-21

Soil Improvements with the Bio-Dynamic Method

E. E. Pfeiffer

Pfeiffer

IX

1

2-5

Soil Management and Animal Reproduction

H. H. Koepf

Koepf

 

79

28-31

Soil Productivity and Organic Substance

H. H. Koepf

Koepf

 

68

5-19

Soil Profiles-- A Diagnostic Means

E. E. Pfeiffer

Pfeiffer

XI

3

2-8

Soil Structure

Roger L. Courson

Courson

 

91

22-28

Soil Structure, Plant Nutrition, and the Occurrence of Plant

H. H. Koepf

Koepf

 

84

32-35

Diseases and Pests

 

 

 

 

 

Soil Tests and Chromatograms

H. H. Koepf

Koepf

 

69

1-13

Soil Texture

Roger L. Courson

Courson

 

90

12-18

Soil-Dwelling Animals, Their Effects and Ways of

Friedrich Wilhelm

Wilhelm

 

86

18-23

Influencing Their Activities

 

 

 

 

 

Soils and Humus

E. E. Pfeiffer

Pfeiffer

VI

1

3-7

Some Actual Experience with a 'Cold' Greenhouse

Helen Philbrick

Philbrick

 

36

20-22

Title

Author

1st Author

Vol

Num

Pg

 

 

Last Name

 

 

 

Some Bio-Dynamic Activity in Germany

E. H. Kleinschmidt

Kleinschmidt

VII

1

15-18

Some Military Ecology

 

anon

 

75

19

Some Notes on Growing Good Sweet Corn

R. G. Schonbeck

Schonbeck

IX

2

29-31

Some Observations on Feeding, Health, and Production of

R. G. Schonbeck

Schonbeck

IX

2

25-26

Dairy Cows

 

 

 

 

 

Some Observations on the Citrus Industry

L. P. De Wolf

Wolf

VIII

2

28-31

Some of the Reasons for Us Going Bio-Dynamic

Charles W. Eddy

Eddy

VIII

4

28-30

Some Orchard Observations

Paul B. Cook

Cook

IX

4

14

Some Practical Suggestions

Sterling W. Edwards

Edwards

XI

3

27

Some Problems from Down Under

 

anon

 

87

9

Some Random Notes on Biological Control

Peter Escher

Escher

 

57

23-28

Some Tests of Mills for Home Grinding of Grains

Sterling W. Edwards

Edwards

V

2

14-22

Some Thoughts on the Publication of Companion Plants

Devin A. Garrity

Garrity

 

78

9-10

Some Tips from Abroad

 

anon

 

85

16-17

Space-Time Framework of the Garden, The

Peter Escher

Escher

 

55

20-27

Spices and Medicinal Herbs

E. E. Pfeiffer

Pfeiffer

II

1

31-34

Spring Conference, March 21-23, 1947

 

anon

VI

1

3-26

Springtime Waters

A. Gruman and A. Zhuravlev

Zhuravlev

 

106

11-14

Stinging Nettle-- the Helper and Healer in My Garden

Anita Linder

Linder

 

105

14-16

Stinging Nettle, The

Heinz Grotzke

Grotzke

 

71

19-26

Story of a Citrus Grove

Harold S. Richmond

Richmond

VI

3

2-11

Title

Author

1st Author

Vol

Num

Pg

 

 

Last Name

 

 

 

Story of Friendly Hills Farm, The

William M. Blair

Blair

 

1 (1 &

6-10

 

 

 

 

2)

 

Strange New Food for Animals

 

anon

XI

4 & 5

17

Stressing Thoroughness

Paul Pfund

Pfund

IX

1

36-39

Structural Changes in the Crystallization Pictures of Plant

Magda Engqvist

Engqvist

 

63

9-20

Substances: Due to Aging and Fertilizing

 

 

 

 

 

Studies of Litter Management for Growing and for Laying

Bruce Hancock and Peter Escher

Hancock

 

74

7-12

Leghorn Fowl

 

 

 

 

 

Success with Bio-Dynamics

E. Speiden

Speiden

X

1 & 2

22-27

Successful Bio-Dynamic Gardening

Heinz Grotzke

Grotzke

 

48

20-27

Such Potatoes as Yours

H. F. Mahle

Mahle

 

65

46-48

Summary of the 1968 Bio-Dynamic Farming and Gardening

Philip S. Very

Very

 

89

30-31

Conference

 

 

 

 

 

Summer Conference-- 1950

Fred Heckel

Heckel

VIII

4

2-9

Summer Conference-- 1956

 

anon

 

41

10-13

Summer Conference-- 1957

Fred Heckel

Heckel

 

44

2-10

Summer Conference-- 1958

Fred Heckel

Heckel

 

48

8-12

Summer Conference News

Fred Heckel

Heckel

XII

4

33-34

Summer Meeting-- 1951

Fred and Alice Heckel

Heckel

IX

4

2-6

Summer Showers Are Heavy on Grindstone

Sterling W. Edwards

Edwards

IX

4

15-18

Summer Thoughts

Helen Philbrick

Philbrick

 

91

35-36

Summer Workshop at Harlemville

 

anon

 

106

32

Title

Author

1st Author

Vol

Num

Pg

 

 

Last Name

 

 

 

Sun Overhead

John Soper

Soper

 

62

31-36

Survival of Farming in These Troubled Times, The

Ludwig Piening

Piening

 

56

20-23

Symposium on Health

C. U. Linder, H. Laskey, and E.

Linder

VI

1

23-26

 

Whitmont

 

 

 

 

Tea Garden Talk

Heinz Grotzke

Grotzke

 

87

16-18

Testing Commercial Composts

H. H. Koepf

Koepf

 

95

23-33

Testing Methods to Make Quality Differences Visible

E.E. Pfeiffer

Pfeiffer

 

59

8-25

Texas Looks at B.D. Compost

 

anon

VIII

3

13-15

The Relationship of Nutrition and the Psychological

W. Coda Martin

Martin

 

42

35-36

Development of the Child

 

 

 

 

 

Thick is the Ice on Grindstone

Sterling W. Edwards

Edwards

IX

2

9-12

This and That

 

anon

VII

1

27-31

This Is the Week That Was

Anne E. Marshall

Marshall

 

105

32-36

Thoughts About Sun, Moon, and the Signs of the Zodiac

Heinrich Thies

Thies

 

106

24-27

Thoughts for Autumn

Heinz Grotzke

Grotzke

 

77

45-47

Three Lectures on Bio-Dynamics

H. H. Koepf

Koepf

 

88

1-50

Through the Years-- Toward Better Apples

Alvin A. Filsinger

Filsinger

 

62

15-19

Tidbits for Animals!

Ingrid S. Buchinger

Buchinger

 

89

26-28

To Reawaken Awareness of Nature

H. H. Koepf

Koepf

 

82

12-18

Tomato, The

Heinz Grotzke

Grotzke

 

51

7-14

Towards a New Decade

H. H. Koepf

Koepf

 

94

13-23

Title

Author

1st Author

Vol

Num

Pg

 

 

Last Name

 

 

 

Towards Healthier Orchards

Peter Escher

Escher

 

60

25-31

Townspeople Too Pay for Erosion

 

anon

 

36

19

Toxicology of the Newer Agricultural Chemicals, The

Arnold J. Lehman

Lehman

VII

2

23-29

Training in the Bio-Dynamic Method

H. H. Koepf

Koepf

 

95

1-6.

Treatment of Fruit Trees, Berries, and Shrubs, The

 

anon

II

2

9-17

Treatment of Soils with Regard to Humus and Structure,

E. E. Pfeiffer

Pfeiffer

VII

3

2-7

The, Part I

 

 

 

 

 

Treatment of Soils with Regard to Humus and Structure,

E. E. Pfeiffer

Pfeiffer

VII

4

2-5

The, Part II

 

 

 

 

 

Tree Crops-- An Unappreciated Possibility

J. Russell Smith

Smith

III

1

31-32

Tree in the Meadow, The

Elizabeth Ingles

Ingles

 

42

19-25

Trees and Health

V. Nesterov

Nesterov

 

112

16-18

Trees and Shrubs for Shelter Belts

J. B. Santon

Santon

 

81

23-35

Truly Ancient Agricultural Advice

 

anon

 

77

41-43

Try the Tree Paste

Alice Heckel

Heckel

 

36

27-31

'Twas the Year for 501

Arnold C. Brugger

Brugger

 

84

23

Twenty-Nine Years of Bio-Dynamic Treatment

Richard and Ruth Zinniker

Zinniker

 

103

7-8

Typical Iron Plant: Urtica Dioica, A

Wilhelm Pelikan

Pelikan

 

106

28-30

Unexpected Use for Dr. Pfeiffer's Bacterial Starter, An

Helen Philbrick

Philbrick

 

67

20-21

Unpopular Group of Creatures, An

H. Gehlker

Gehlker

 

87

20-24

Unusual Earthworms

 

anon

V

2

35-36

Title

Author

1st Author

Vol

Num

Pg

 

 

Last Name

 

 

 

Use of Lime in Bio-Dynamic Composting, The

 

anon

VIII

1

15-16

Use of Phosphorus and Potassium on Light Sandy Soils in

O. Elstrup Rasmussen

Rasmussen

 

66

18-22

Denmark

 

 

 

 

 

Using Soil Wisely

Royal Bank of Canada

anon

 

53

28-36

Utilizing Whey Protein

 

anon

 

90

38

Variable Levels of Biological Activity in Sanborn Field

William A. Albrecht

Albrecht

IX

1

6-15

After Fifty Years of Treatment

 

 

 

 

 

Vegetable Garden from a Woodlot, A

Mary T. Richards and Marjorie Spock

Richards

 

39

11-14

Vegetable Garden, The (Excerpt from Grow a Garden)

E. E. Pfeiffer and E. Riese, revised by

Pfeiffer

XI

1 & 2

30-38

 

E. Speiden

 

 

 

 

Vegetable Gardening Notes

E. Speiden Gregg

Gregg

 

53

10-14

Vegetables That Should Be Better Known

E. Speiden Gregg

Gregg

 

57

14-19

Venturing Into Venezuela

Mildred Cowger

Cowger

 

78

21-23

Very Old News

H. H. Koepf

Koepf

 

76

13-14

Very Small Garden, A

E. Speiden Gregg

Gregg

 

109

1-6

View of the Conference-- 1953, A

Ida Gilbert

Gilbert

XI

4 & 5

45-49

Visit to South Africa, A

Rolf Gardiner

Gardiner

VI

2

13-24

Visit to the 'Part-Time Farm', A

Fred and Alice Heckel

Heckel

VI

1

10-16

Vitamin B-6

 

anon

 

90

37

Wastewater Irradiation

 

anon

 

90

37

We Want It Back (Poem)

O.R. Townley

Townley

 

92

27-29

We Weathered the Drought

Esther Eaton

Eaton

VIII

1

25-26

Title

Author

1st Author

Vol

Num

Pg

 

 

Last Name

 

 

 

Weather

Helmut Siber

Siber

IV

1

8-11

Weather Handbook Worth Having, A (Review of George H.

Fred Heckel

Heckel

 

37

17-20

T. Kimble's Our American Weather)

 

 

 

 

 

Weed Problem, The

Virginia Moore

Moore

III

1

14-16

Weed Seeds in Manure-Soil Composts

H. H. Koepf

Koepf

 

90

11

West Coast Branch, The

E. Speiden

Speiden

VII

4

17-19

What Books Do I Need to Learn Bio-Dynamics?

 

anon

 

100

30-32

What Can the Biochemical Research Laboratory Do for

Alice Heckel

Heckel

 

103

13-16

You?

 

 

 

 

 

What Does the Young Farmer Expect from the Future?

Oscar Schmidt

Schmidt

 

77

38-41

What is Dynamic About Bio-Dynamics?

John H. Philbrick

Philbrick

 

89

3-11

What Is the Bio-Dynamic Method?

Carsten J. Pank

Pank

 

72

19-27

What Makes Soils Richer?

H. H. Koepf

Koepf

 

90

2-7

What the Physician and the Consumer Should Expect from

W. Coda Martin

Martin

 

63

21-24

the Farmer

 

 

 

 

 

What Will They Discover Next?

Alice Heckel

Heckel

VI

4

17-19

When Does An Insect Become a Pest?

Alice Heckel

Heckel

XII

2

6-12

When Is a Plant a Food-- and When a Poison?

W. Coda Martin

Martin

 

41

14-17

Where Bio-Dynamics Goes

E. Speiden

Speiden

XI

3

29-30

Which Way Lies Hope?

Richard B. Gregg

Gregg

 

40

29-40

Why the Farmer's 'Pay' Is Low

William James McCauley

McCauley

III

2

8-13

Why We Like the One-Litter System of Raising Hogs

Oscar A. Schmidt

Schmidt

 

81

36-38

Title

Author

1st Author

Vol

Num

Pg

 

 

Last Name

 

 

 

Winter Endive

 

anon

 

40

19

Winter Lecture Course at Kimberton Farms Agricultural

Richard B. Gregg

Gregg

II

1

35-

School, The

 

 

 

 

37.

Winter Thoughts

Helen Philbrick

Philbrick

 

89

28-29

Wisconsin State Ban on DDT

 

anon

 

90

39

Word from British Columbia

F. Feistman

Feistman

 

112

37

Working with Nature for Pest Control

Alice Heckel

Heckel

 

53

15-24

World on Four Acres, The

Ernest Swift

Swift

 

63

35-36

World Protein Supply: Problems and Projections

 

anon

 

91

40

Wrong Turn, The

Firman E. Bear

Bear

IX

4

13-14

Yarrow Hill Farm: May-June 1973

John and Jodi Frediani

Frediani

 

109

21-23

You and I

Anita Linder

Linder

 

102

10-12

You Name It

Helen Philbrick

Philbrick

 

59

34-37

Young German Visits American Farms, A

Martin Fink

Fink

 

75

24-26

Your Own Personal Factory

Marilyn Vivier Pearce

Pearce

 

75

10-16

BD Journals 1941-1975 sorted by author

Title

Author

1st Author

Vol

Num

Pg

 

 

Last Name

 

 

 

Ehrenfried E. Pfeiffer and His Work (Memorial Issue)

~Many authors

~Many authors

 

61

2-39.

Variable Levels of Biological Activity in Sanborn Field After

William A. Albrecht

Albrecht

IX

1

6-15

Fifty Years of Treatment

 

 

 

 

 

Art of Bee-Keeping, The, Part I

Paul Marshall Allen

Allen

IV

1

12-18

Art of Bee-Keeping, The, Part II

Paul Marshall Allen

Allen

IV

2

21-32

Art of Bee-Keeping, The, Part III

Paul Marshall Allen

Allen

V

1

24-30

Art of Bee-Keeping, The, Part IV

Paul Marshall Allen

Allen

V

2

2-13

Beekeeping Questions

Paul Marshall Allen

Allen

VI

4

30-31

Beekeeping-- Some Practical Indications

Paul Marshall Allen

Allen

VI

1

16

Books on Beekeeping

Paul Marshall Allen

Allen

V

2

13-14

Questions and Answers on Beekeeping

Paul Marshall Allen

Allen

V

1

30-32

Discovery of Roots, The

Nigel Altman

Altman

 

1 (3 &

26-28

 

 

 

 

4)

 

Alcohol or Humus

 

anon

IV

1

35

Another Aspect of Conservation

 

anon

 

57

29-30

Autumn Conference, The (Sept. 3-8, 1947)

 

anon

VI

1

26-

 

 

 

 

 

31.

B.D. Compost Starter Recipe for Small Gardens

 

anon

 

47

27.

Basic Principles Don't Change (Excerpts from Waldo F.

 

anon

VIII

4

36-40

Brown's Success in Farming [1881])

 

 

 

 

 

Title

Author

1st Author

Vol

Num

Pg

 

 

Last Name

 

 

 

 

Bio-Chemical Research Laboratory, The

 

anon

V

2

 

1-6.

Bio-Dynamic Dairy Farming, "Sentinel"

 

anon

V

1

 

36-39

Bio-Dynamic Farming and Gardening

 

anon

 

1

(3

1-5

 

 

 

 

and 4)

 

Bio-Dynamic Method in 1950, The

 

anon

VIII

3

 

2-8

Bio-Dynamics in Palestine

 

anon

IV

1

 

38

Biological Control 100 Years Ago

 

anon

 

40

28

Boys Town

 

anon

 

60

18-20

Brief Directions for the Use of the Bio-Dynamic Sprays

 

anon

IX

1

 

24-26

Buschmans Install New Mill

 

anon

 

74

30

Clipping from Canada, A

 

anon

III

2

 

13-

 

 

 

 

 

 

16.

Compost Heap, The

 

anon

 

11

1-10

Conservationists Should Beware the 'Jehovah Complex'

Conservation News

Anon

 

53

39-41

Crickets in Greenhouses

 

anon

 

40

23

Cutting Corners in Growing Corn

 

anon

X

1

& 2

46-47

Determination of Nitrates in Water Supplies

 

anon

 

75

41-

 

 

 

 

 

 

43.

Differences in Root Growth Due to Mineral and Organic

 

anon

XI

3

 

21-22

Fertilization

 

 

 

 

 

 

Directions for Taking Soil Samples

 

anon

III

2

 

28

Directions for the Use of the Bio-Dynamic Preparations 502

 

anon

IV

1

 

39

Title

Author

1st Author

Vol

Num

Pg

 

 

Last Name

 

 

 

to 507 in Compost or Manure Piles

 

 

 

 

 

Effectiveness of High Dilutions, The

 

anon

 

86

13-15

Effects of Seeding Rates on Spring Seeded Alfalfa without

 

anon

 

91

38

Companion Crop in New York

 

 

 

 

 

Erlangen Compost Plant, The

 

anon

 

47

25-27

Family Farming

 

anon

IX

4

18-

 

 

 

 

 

20.

Farm Conference at Golden Acres

 

anon

 

44

10

Forage Plant Extracts Increase Germination and Growth of

 

anon

 

91

40

Corn Seedlings

 

 

 

 

 

From Our Secretary's Correspondence

 

anon

 

51

29-

 

 

 

 

 

31.

From the Laboratory: Chromatograms Applied to Wheat

 

anon

 

74

31-34

Experiments

 

 

 

 

 

From Wasteland to Woodland

 

anon

 

84

38

Gain or Loss?

 

anon

 

90

36

Garrity Urges Stress on Ecology

 

anon

 

72

4-5

Good and Fitting Memorial, A

 

anon

 

61

40

Greatest Killing Program of All?, The

Audubon Magazine (Nov.-Dec.,

anon

 

49

20-22

 

1958)

 

 

 

 

Grotzke Compost

 

anon

 

54

20

Growth Analyses of An Alfalfa Community

 

anon

 

92

38

History and Principles of Bio-Dynamic Agricultural Methods

 

anon

 

105

1-7

Title

Author

1st Author

Vol

Num

Pg

 

 

Last Name

 

 

 

Home Remedy for Cats Poisoned with DDT

 

anon

 

78

20

How Do the New Insecticides Affect Public Health?

 

anon

XII

2

36-39

In Memory of Ludwig Piening

 

anon

 

90

33-35

Industrial Item, An

 

anon

 

50

20

Instructions for Building a Compost Pile with the B. D.

 

anon

 

58

8-14

Compost Starter

 

 

 

 

 

Interactions of Manure and N on Growth, Yield, and Mineral

 

anon

 

92

37

Composition of Continuous Corn Growing on Clay Soil

 

 

 

 

 

Intercropping Vegetables with Herbs

 

anon

 

86

25

Kimberton Farms

 

anon

III

1

32-33

Kimberton Farms Agricultural School

 

anon

III

1

39-42

Landscape Balances

 

anon

IV

2

37

Make Your Own Compost the Fast Machine Way with the

 

anon

VIII

1

22-25

B.D. Compost Starter

 

 

 

 

 

Manure

 

anon

II

2

1-8

Mechanization Has Various Uses on the Farm

 

anon

 

70

37-

 

 

 

 

 

38.

More on Time Capsules

 

anon

 

87

19.

Nematodes as Parasites on Insect Pests

 

anon

 

86

23-

 

 

 

 

 

24.

Night Blooming Cereus

 

anon

 

89

16

Notes and Clippings

 

anon

V

2

36-38

Title

Author

1st Author

Vol

Num

Pg

 

 

Last Name

 

 

 

Notes and Clippings

 

anon

VI

2

29-30

Notes on Lime

 

anon

IV

2

14,

 

 

 

 

 

21

Notes on Mushroom Growing

 

anon

V

1

39-40

Observing Root Hairs

 

anon

 

38

26

Pesticides Poisoning State's Fish

 

anon

 

90

40

Pfeiffer Chromatograms Used to Check on Composting

 

anon

 

75

17-19

Process

 

 

 

 

 

Poisonous Poultry?

 

anon

X

1 & 2

17

Preparations. and Starter

 

anon

XI

1 & 2

29

Progress Notes from Juniper Farm

 

anon

 

49

31-32

Question of Social Security

 

anon

 

74

20

Quotations and Abstracts

 

anon

IX

1

33-35

Quotations and Abstracts

 

anon

VII

4

20-25

Resources Conference of the U.N.

 

anon

VII

3

7-9

Rooting Patterns of Soybean Varieties

 

anon

 

91

39

Round Table Discussion

 

anon

VI

1

16-18

Rudolf Steiner Farm School: a Special Report

 

anon

 

114

38-39

Rye Strips as Windbreaks

 

anon

 

70

25-26

Save That Peel

 

anon

XII

2

34-35

Scientists Seek to Preserve Man in Face of Chemicals

 

anon

 

56

23-24

Title

Author

1st Author

Vol

Num

Pg

 

 

Last Name

 

 

 

Shall We Plow?

 

anon

III

2

1-2

Sixth Annual Farmers' Conference at Golden Acres Farm

 

anon

 

53

9-10

Soil Conservation at 'Wethersfield'

 

anon

IV

2

15-21

Some Military Ecology

 

anon

 

75

19

Some Problems from Down Under

 

anon

 

87

9

Some Tips from Abroad

 

anon

 

85

16-17

Spring Conference, March 21-23, 1947

 

anon

VI

1

3-26

Strange New Food for Animals

 

anon

XI

4 & 5

17

Summer Conference-- 1956

 

anon

 

41

10-13

Summer Workshop at Harlemville

 

anon

 

106

32

Texas Looks at B.D. Compost

 

anon

VIII

3

13-15

This and That

 

anon

VII

1

27-31

Townspeople Too Pay for Erosion

 

anon

 

36

19

Treatment of Fruit Trees, Berries, and Shrubs, The

 

anon

II

2

9-17

Truly Ancient Agricultural Advice

 

anon

 

77

41-43

Unusual Earthworms

 

anon

V

2

35-36

Use of Lime in Bio-Dynamic Composting, The

 

anon

VIII

1

15-16

Using Soil Wisely

Royal Bank of Canada

anon

 

53

28-36

Utilizing Whey Protein

 

anon

 

90

38

Vitamin B-6

 

anon

 

90

37

Wastewater Irradiation

 

anon

 

90

37

Title

Author

1st Author

Vol

Num

Pg

 

 

Last Name

 

 

 

What Books Do I Need to Learn Bio-Dynamics?

 

anon

 

100

30-32

Winter Endive

 

anon

 

40

19

Wisconsin State Ban on DDT

 

anon

 

90

39

World Protein Supply: Problems and Projections

 

anon

 

91

40

Continuing Growth-- Duxbury, 1974

Madelon Arking

Arking

 

111

32-35

From Rosina Arndt's Notebook

R. Arndt

Arndt

 

47

28-29

Grow Vetch, Young Man

R. A. Arndt

Arndt

 

43

28-29

Critic at Large

Brooks Atkinson

Atkinson

 

70

23-25

Biological Task of Forestry, The, Part I

Henry Baldwin

Baldwin

 

1 (1 &

16-18

 

 

 

 

2)

 

Biological Task of Forestry, The, Part II

Henry Baldwin

Baldwin

 

1 (3 &

12-20

 

 

 

 

4)

 

Nature's Compost

Henry I. Baldwin

Baldwin

VIII

1

7-11

Introduction to Pfeiffer’s Soil Fertility, Renewal and

Eve Balfour

Balfour

V

2

22-24

Preservation

 

 

 

 

 

Lecture to the Bio-Dynamic Association

Lady Eve Balfour

Balfour

VI

2

9-13

New Way to Pick the Best Breeders-- By Eye

Charles E. Ball

Ball

 

75

35-39

Wrong Turn, The

Firman E. Bear

Bear

IX

4

13-14

Experiences with a Farm Pond

George Bechtold

Bechtold

VIII

3

21-23

Harlemville: First Year's Report

Jeanne Bergen

Bergen

 

109

16-20

Compensation for Lack of Lime through the Bio-Dynamic

F. Bessenich and E.E. Pfeiffer

Bessenich

 

1 (3 &

29-30

Preparations 500, 503 and 505

 

 

 

4)

 

Title

Author

1st Author

Vol

Num

Pg

 

 

Last Name

 

 

 

Regarding the Vitamin Content of Vegetables

F. Bessenich

Bessenich

IV

2

7-10

News from California

Barbara Betteridge

Betteridge

IX

3

16-17

Story of Friendly Hills Farm, The

William M. Blair

Blair

 

1 (1 &

6-10

 

 

 

 

2)

 

Save That Raindrop

C. M. Blake

Blake

VII

2

7-13

Siberian Kale as a Cover Crop Plant

C. M. Blake

Blake

VII

1

6-9

Biological and the Mechanical-Chemical Way to Rational

Peter Blaser

Blaser

XII

2

28-34

Farm Management, The

 

 

 

 

 

Composting on the Farm with B.D. Starter

Peter Blaser

Blaser

XII

4

23-32

Soil Conservation

Owen R. Boyd

Boyd

VI

1

7-8

Growing Insensitivity of Insects to Insecticides, The

C.J. Briejer

Briejer

 

47

9-16

Gardener's Progress (?) Report

Alan Brilliant

Brilliant

 

76

26-28

In Defense of the Amateur

Minerva Brooks

Brooks

V

1

20-24

Short Course in Bio-Dynamic Gardening

Mildred Brown

Brown

III

1

37-39

Garden Tractor, The

Arnold C. Brugger

Brugger

 

104

24-27

Seven Years of B. D. Gardening

Arnold C. Brugger

Brugger

 

58

14-19

Six More to Go

Arnold C. Brugger

Brugger

 

70

35-37

'Twas the Year for 501

Arnold C. Brugger

Brugger

 

84

23

Goat Breeder's Year with Dairy Sheep, A

Ingrid S. Buchinger

Buchinger

 

113

22-27

Letter from Greece

Ingrid S. Buchinger

Buchinger

 

79

14-16

My Way to Look at Chickens

Ingrid S. Buchinger

Buchinger

 

90

30-32

Title

Author

1st Author

Vol

Num

Pg

 

 

Last Name

 

 

 

Tidbits for Animals!

Ingrid S. Buchinger

Buchinger

 

89

26-28

Recollected Conversation, A

Margarete Buschman

Buschman

 

66

14-15

Agriculture in Mexico

Carlos Caballero

Caballero

X

1 & 2

13-17

Note on the Use of Chamomile for Contagious White Scours

Graham Carey

Carey

IV

1

34-35

Horns of a Dilemma, The

The Chambers Family

Chambers

 

108

1-4

Possible Future Use of Bacterial Inoculants in Indian

Purna Chandra

Chandra

 

65

31-35

Agriculture

 

 

 

 

 

One Man's Farm

David Clement

Clement

 

37

23-26

Fruits of Specialization in Science, The (From An Address)

Barry Commoner

Commoner

 

68

32-34

Some Orchard Observations

Paul B. Cook

Cook

IX

4

14

Soil Structure

Roger L. Courson

Courson

 

91

22-28

Soil Texture

Roger L. Courson

Courson

 

90

12-18

Venturing Into Venezuela

Mildred Cowger

Cowger

 

78

21-23

Climate and Geography

George Cragin

Cragin

 

57

20-23

D.H.I.A. Test at Threefold Farm

Ernest Daniel

Daniel

VIII

1

16-18

Farmer's Holiday, A

Ernest Daniel

Daniel

VIII

1

18-21

Notes on "The Dairy Herd, "

Ernest Daniel

Daniel

VI

1

21-22

Five Years of Bio-Dynamic Gardening in Southern Virginia

Alma Ruth Davis

Davis

 

111

10-14

Meaning of pH, The

E. J. Davis

Davis

VII

1

13-15

Bio-Dynamic Composting

Russell C. Derber

Derber

 

69

23-26

Challenges

Russell C. Derber

Derber

 

89

22-25

Title

Author

1st Author

Vol

Num

Pg

 

 

Last Name

 

 

 

New Image of Compost, The

Russell C. Derber

Derber

 

84

10-17

Ecological Fable, An (Poem)

Dienemann

Dienemann

 

54

35

Addition of Nitrogen Fertilizers to Compost, The

E. E.Pfeiffer

E.Pfeiffer

XI

4 & 5

2-6

Nature's Wonder Drug

Ruth Eastman

Eastman

 

43

26-28

We Weathered the Drought

Esther Eaton

Eaton

VIII

1

25-26

Lime Meal for Feeding

E. 0. Eckstein

Eckstein

II

1

23-26

Farmer's Follies

Charles W. Eddy

Eddy

X

4

24-30

Jottings from Vermont

Charles W. Eddy

Eddy

IX

4. 23-

 

 

 

 

 

28

 

Our Salad Garden

Charles W. Eddy

Eddy

XII

2

16-18

Some of the Reasons for Us Going Bio-Dynamic

Charles W. Eddy

Eddy

VIII

4

28-30

Bees Belong in the Bio-Dynamic Picture

Sterling W. Edwards

Edwards

XI

1 & 2

38-40

Food: Where Does Yours Come From? (Part I)

S. W. Edwards

Edwards

VII

1

2-5

Food: Where Does Yours Come From? (Part II)

S. W. Edwards

Edwards

VII

2

17-20

Food: Where Does Yours Come From? (Part III)

S. W. Edwards

Edwards

VIII

2

9-12

Grindstone Lies Buried Under Snow

Sterling W. Edwards

Edwards

X

1 & 2

32-35

Grindstone Run Becomes a Summer Stream

Sterling W. Edwards

Edwards

X

3

20-23

Grindstone Run Empties Into the Potomac

Sterling W. Edwards

Edwards

VI

3

20-24

Needed: a Testing Ground for Organics

S. W. Edwards

Edwards

V

1

12-18

Some Practical Suggestions

Sterling W. Edwards

Edwards

XI

3

27

Some Tests of Mills for Home Grinding of Grains

Sterling W. Edwards

Edwards

V

2

14-22

Title

Author

1st Author

Vol

Num

Pg

 

 

Last Name

 

 

 

Summer Showers Are Heavy on Grindstone

Sterling W. Edwards

Edwards

IX

4

15-18

Thick is the Ice on Grindstone

Sterling W. Edwards

Edwards

IX

2

9-12

Conserving Nutritional Values

Cathryn Elwood

Elwood

 

65

35-45

Feeding Dairy Cattle

Robert J. Emde

Emde

III

1

26-31

Effect of Fertilizers on Cultivated Plants, The

Magda Engqvist

Engqvist

 

74

22-30

Structural Changes in the Crystallization Pictures of Plant

Magda Engqvist

Engqvist

 

63

9-20

Substances: Due to Aging and Fertilizing

 

 

 

 

 

Angles and Aspects of Organics

Peter Escher

Escher

XII

3

23-26

Comparisons Between Farm and Garden Practices

Peter Escher

Escher

XII

4

35-39

Contrasting Approaches to Farm Problems

Peter Escher

Escher

 

37

14-17

Farm Conference at Golden Acres

Peter Escher

Escher

 

46

2-7

Farming in the Rio Grande Valley

Peter A. Escher

Escher

X

1 & 2

27-32

Notes on the Farm Conference

Peter Escher and Helen Philbrick

Escher

 

39

25-31

Peasant Farming in Austria and Switzerland (From a Lecture

Peter Escher

Escher

 

41

19-23

By E.F. Winter)

 

 

 

 

 

So You Want to Make a Compost Pile

Peter Escher

Escher

 

43

16-26

Some Random Notes on Biological Control

Peter Escher

Escher

 

57

23-28

Space-Time Framework of the Garden, The

Peter Escher

Escher

 

55

20-27

Towards Healthier Orchards

Peter Escher

Escher

 

60

25-31

Word from British Columbia

F. Feistman

Feistman

 

112

37

How to Convert a Farm to Bio-Dynamics, Part I

William Ferguson

Ferguson

III

2

26-28

Title

Author

1st Author

Vol

Num

Pg

 

 

Last Name

 

 

 

How to Convert a Farm to Bio-Dynamics, Part II, The Large

William Ferguson

Ferguson

IV

1

29-33

Farm

 

 

 

 

 

How to Convert a Farm to Bio-Dynamics, Part III, The Small

William Ferguson

Ferguson

IV

2

33-37

and Medium-Sized Farm

 

 

 

 

 

Apple Growing

Alvin Filsinger

Filsinger

 

68

21-25

Progress Report, 1962 (Toward Better Apples)

Alvin Filsinger

Filsinger

 

66

16-17

Through the Years-- Toward Better Apples

Alvin A. Filsinger

Filsinger

 

62

15-19

Young German Visits American Farms, A

Martin Fink

Fink

 

75

24-26

Basic Facts in Human Nutrition

Jonathan Forman

Forman

 

76

12-13

Human Ecology

Jonathan Forman

Forman

 

80

18-22

Relation of Sustained Livestock Production to Condition of

Clarence L. Forsling

Forsling

VII

3

9-21

Grazing Land, The

 

 

 

 

 

Community Ecologist, The

F.R. Fosberg

Fosberg

 

56

24-28

Preservation of Man's Environment, The

F. R. Fosberg

Fosberg

 

54

31-35

Composting, a Bridge Between Bio-Dynamics and

Joe S. Francis

Francis

 

84

18-22

"Orthodox" Methods

 

 

 

 

 

Seed Eaters, The (Poem)

Robert Francis

Francis

 

109

23

Yarrow Hill Farm: May-June 1973

John and Jodi Frediani

Frediani

 

109

21-23

Bio-Dynamics in Italy

M. Garbari

Garbari

IV

2

26

Forestry or Famine?

Rolf Gardiner

Gardiner

VIII

2

19-28

Visit to South Africa, A

Rolf Gardiner

Gardiner

VI

2

13-24

Some Thoughts on the Publication of Companion Plants

Devin A. Garrity

Garrity

 

78

9-10

Title

Author

1st Author

Vol

Num

Pg

 

 

Last Name

 

 

 

Unpopular Group of Creatures, An

H. Gehlker

Gehlker

 

87

20-24

View of the Conference-- 1953, A

Ida Gilbert

Gilbert

XI

4 & 5

45-49

Agricultural Conference, Golden Acres Farm, October 1958

David Glasser

Glasser

 

49

22-26

Metamorphosis of Plants, The

J. W. Goethe

Goethe

 

110

All

Consequences Unto the Third and Fourth Generation

Heinz Graupner

Graupner

 

77

18-20

Bio-Dynamics in South Africa

J.G. Grave

Grave

V

2

30-33

Both Using and Keeping Our Forests

Richard B. Gregg

Gregg

 

63

26-31

Companion and Protective Plants

Richard B. Gregg

Gregg

III

1

16-24

Day at the Cowger Farm: a Bio-Dynamic Workshop Takes

E. Speiden Gregg

Gregg

 

108

13-16

Form, A

 

 

 

 

 

Echoes of the Bio-Dynamic Conference, August 1961, at

E. Speiden Gregg

Gregg

 

60

21-24

Threefold Farm

 

 

 

 

 

Great Land Movement in India, A

E. Speiden Gregg

Gregg

 

46

21-31

Letter from India, A

E. Speiden Gregg

Gregg

 

43

35-38

New Gregg Publication, A, (Excerpts from a Philosophy of

Richard B. Gregg

Gregg

 

49

27-31

Indian Economic Development)

 

 

 

 

 

Our Oregon Garden

E. Speiden Gregg

Gregg

 

85

18-31

Out of Oregon

Richard and Evelyn Gregg

Gregg

 

68

19-21

Power of An Agricultural Civilization, The

Richard B. Gregg

Gregg

 

43

29-35

Vegetable Gardening Notes

E. Speiden Gregg

Gregg

 

53

10-14

Vegetables That Should Be Better Known

E. Speiden Gregg

Gregg

 

57

14-19

Very Small Garden, A

E. Speiden Gregg

Gregg

 

109

1-6

Title

Author

1st Author

Vol

Num

Pg

 

 

Last Name

 

 

 

Which Way Lies Hope?

Richard B. Gregg

Gregg

 

40

29-40

Winter Lecture Course at Kimberton Farms Agricultural

Richard B. Gregg

Gregg

II

1

35-

School, The

 

 

 

 

37.

Bio-Dynamic Market Gardening

Heinz Grotzke

Grotzke

 

52

19-24

Bio-Dynamics Is Not Just Composting

Heinz Grotzke

Grotzke

 

91

30-35

Camomile, The

Heinz Grotzke

Grotzke

 

74

13-20

Cucumber, The

Heinz Grotzke

Grotzke

 

64

29-36

Cultivated Herbs-- Yesterday and Today

Heinz Grotzke

Grotzke

 

54

21-27

Dandelion, The

Heinze Grotzke

Grotzke

 

78

11-18

Earthworm in General-- the Compost Worm in Particular,

Heinz Grotzke

Grotzke

 

47

17-24

The

 

 

 

 

 

Electric Insect Traps

Heinz Grotzke

Grotzke

 

46

17-20

Elemental World and Man, The

Heinz Grotzke

Grotzke

 

113

11-16

Emerson's Approach to Nature

Heinz Grotzke

Grotzke

 

94

2-12

From Seed to Seed

Heinz Grotzke

Grotzke

 

69

18-23

Future After the First Fifty Years, The

Heinz Grotzke

Grotzke

 

112

1-6

Greenhouse Gardening

Heinz Grotzke

Grotzke

 

80

23-26

Grow a Garden

Heinz Grotzke

Grotzke

 

93

2-3

Growing Quality Herbs

Heinz Grotzke

Grotzke

 

108

33-36

Mulching

Heinz Grotzke

Grotzke

 

79

17-28

Need for An Organismal Approach, The

Heinz Grotzke

Grotzke

 

105 9

13

Title

Author

1st Author

Vol

Num

Pg

 

 

Last Name

 

 

 

New Plants from Cuttings

Heinz Grotzke

Grotzke

 

70

27-34

Plant Speaks to the Grower, The (A Modern Fable)

Heinz Grotzke

Grotzke

 

76

40-44

Report to Members, Part I

Heinz Grotzke

Grotzke

 

113

19-22

Report to Members, Part II

Heinz Grotzke

Grotzke

 

114

35-36

Root in Its Environment, The

Heinz Grotzke

Grotzke

 

58

20-26

Rudolf Steiner's Impulse to Herbology

Heinz Grotzke

Grotzke

 

90

20-29

Seed Growing

Heinz Grotzke

Grotzke

 

62

23-31

Seeds and Their Size

Heinz Grotzke

Grotzke

 

75

20-26

Stinging Nettle, The

Heinz Grotzke

Grotzke

 

71

19-26

Successful Bio-Dynamic Gardening

Heinz Grotzke

Grotzke

 

48

20-27

Tea Garden Talk

Heinz Grotzke

Grotzke

 

87

16-18

Thoughts for Autumn

Heinz Grotzke

Grotzke

 

77

45-47

Tomato, The

Heinz Grotzke

Grotzke

 

51

7-14

Integrated Control Must Start with the Soil

O. W. Grussendorf

Grussendorf

 

82

1-11

Hybrid Corn vs. Open Pollinated Corn

Ernest M. Halbleib

Halbleib

VIII

2

7-9

Slaughtering Home-Raised Beef

Roger D. Hale

Hale

III

2

3-8

Studies of Litter Management for Growing and for Laying

Bruce Hancock and Peter Escher

Hancock

 

74

7-12

Leghorn Fowl

 

 

 

 

 

Equisetum Tea Versus Black Spot in Rhode Island

Helen Handell

Handell

 

87

30-31

Experiment with Dr. Pfeiffer's B.D. Compost Starter, An

Katharina Hanke

Hanke

 

82

25-26

Personal Growth in Bio-Dynamics

Donald Harvey

Harvey

 

114

31-34

Title

Author

1st Author

Vol

Num

Pg

 

 

Last Name

 

 

 

All That Glitters Is Not Nutritious

Alice Heckel

Heckel

VII

4

28-31

Annual B. D. Conference (1959)

Fred Heckel

Heckel

 

50

21-22

Annual B. D. Conference (1959)

Fred Heckel

Heckel

 

52

2-6

Are Soils Merely a Matter of Minus and Plus?

Alice Heckel

Heckel

VII

3

21-24

Bio-Dynamic Meeting (Conference, August 4-7, 1949)

Fred Heckel

Heckel

VII

4

7-13

Bio-Dynamics as a Trace Element

Fred Heckel

Heckel

 

80

34-36

Bird's Eye View of World Conservation Practices, A

Alice Heckel

Heckel

VIII

4

32-35

Birds in the Balance of Nature

Alice Heckel

Heckel

 

44

11-21

Composting Comes of Age (Review of E. E. Pfeiffer's the

Fred Heckel

Heckel

 

42

33-34

Compost Manufacturer's Manual)

 

 

 

 

 

Conservation in the Suburbs

Fred Heckel

Heckel

 

72

17-18

Doctor Forman Asks Nutritional Research Project

Fred Heckel

Heckel

 

64

25-27

Field Day at Chester

A. Heckel

Heckel

VII

4

13-15

From the Four Corners of the Globe

Alice Heckel

Heckel

VII

2

20-23

Gardener's Year, The, Autumn

Fred and Alice Heckel

Heckel

VII

4

32-34

Gardener's Year, The, Summer

Fred and Alice Heckel

Heckel

VII

3

34-36

Gardener's Year, The, Winter

Fred and Alice Heckel

Heckel

VIII

1

27-29

Highlights from the B. D. Conference 1952

Fred Heckel

Heckel

X

4

16-23

Hope for Natural Insect Control?

Alice Heckel

Heckel

 

84

24-25

Human Interest Story, A

Fred Heckel

Heckel

 

81

14-17

Influence of the Soil on the Health of Plants, Animals and

Fred and Alice Heckel

Heckel

 

55

15-19

Title

Author

1st Author

Vol

Num

Pg

 

 

Last Name

 

 

 

Man, The

 

 

 

 

 

It's An Ill Wind

Alice Heckel

Heckel

 

79

42-45

John Philbrick, President of the B. D. Association

Fred Heckel

Heckel

 

63

25-26

Large-Scale Composting

Fred Heckel

Heckel

 

84

9-10

Natural Landscaping

Alice Heckel

Heckel

 

56

12-20

New Jersey NFA Hears Scientists

Fred Heckel

Heckel

 

54

16-19

Nineteen Sixty Conference, The

Fred Heckel

Heckel

 

56

10-12

Nineteen Sixty-Three Conference, The

Fred Heckel

Heckel

 

68

1-4

Organic Whole, The

Fred Heckel

Heckel

X

1 & 2

36-40

Pest Becomes a Benefit, A

Alice Heckel

Heckel

 

100

32

Pollution of Lakes and Streams By Inorganic Nitrogen

Alice Heckel

Heckel

 

85

17

Fertilizers

 

 

 

 

 

Powerful Pamphlets and Lively Leaflets

Fred Heckel

Heckel

 

84

30-32

Professionals Debate Pesticide Effects

Fred Heckel

Heckel

 

50

15-20

Rather Special Conference, A

Fred Heckel

Heckel

 

97

16

Report from Lake Success

Fred and Alice Heckel

Heckel

VII

4

20-28

Residues in Milk

Fred Heckel

Heckel

 

49

33-34

Summer Conference-- 1950

Fred Heckel

Heckel

VIII

4

2-9

Summer Conference-- 1957

Fred Heckel

Heckel

 

44

2-10

Summer Conference-- 1958

Fred Heckel

Heckel

 

48

8-12

Summer Conference News

Fred Heckel

Heckel

XII

4

33-34

Title

Author

1st Author

Vol

Num

Pg

 

 

Last Name

 

 

 

Summer Meeting-- 1951

Fred and Alice Heckel

Heckel

IX

4

2-6

Try the Tree Paste

Alice Heckel

Heckel

 

36

27-31

Visit to the 'Part-Time Farm', A

Fred and Alice Heckel

Heckel

VI

1

10-16

Weather Handbook Worth Having, A (Review of George H.

Fred Heckel

Heckel

 

37

17-20

T. Kimble's Our American Weather)

 

 

 

 

 

What Can the Biochemical Research Laboratory Do for You?

Alice Heckel

Heckel

 

103

13-16

What Will They Discover Next?

Alice Heckel

Heckel

VI

4

17-19

When Does An Insect Become a Pest?

Alice Heckel

Heckel

XII

2

6-12

Working with Nature for Pest Control

Alice Heckel

Heckel

 

53

15-24

Agriculture in the Present Situation of Environmental

Fiona von Heider

Heider

 

98

1-22

Planning

 

 

 

 

 

Behavior of Bees Under the Influence of Deterrents Derived

Hans Heinze

Heinze

 

59

25-33

from the Body Substance of Their Own Species, The

 

 

 

 

 

Organic Farming and Its Influence on the Health of Soils,

John W. Hershey

Hershey

VI

3

11-19

Plants, Animals, and Man

 

 

 

 

 

Biological Control of Noxious Insects and Weeds

C. H. Hoffman

Hoffman

 

51

14-24

Chemist's Reaction to Bio-Dynamics, A

Henry A. Hoffman, Jr.

Hoffman

VI

1

31-32

Chinese Agriculture

M. Holmes

Holmes

XI

4 & 5

39-45

Conservation-Alert County, A

Maybel M. Holmes

Holmes

 

37

11-13

Animal Waste Disposal and Its Possible Solution By

J.R. Howes

Howes

 

81

18-23

Composting

 

 

 

 

 

Our Threatened Environment

J.R. Howes

Howes

 

89

17-20

Title

Author

1st Author

Vol

Num

Pg

 

 

Last Name

 

 

 

First Three Furrows, The

Andrew Hoy and Asger Elmquist

Hoy

 

114

21-22

I Did Not Know... (Poem)

Andrew Hoy

Hoy

 

112

32

Plowman's Song, A (Poem)

Andrew Hoy

Hoy

 

114

30

Remarkable Conference, A (Aug. 30-Sept. 3, 1948)

Benjamin F. Hubert

Hubert

VII

1

9-13

B.D. Gardening and Farming in the Atomic Age

Donald B. Hull

Hull

 

65

48-50

Grass Is Immortal

John J. Ingalls

Ingalls

 

92

16

Tree in the Meadow, The

Elizabeth Ingles

Ingles

 

42

19-25

Collaboration of Consumers, Producers, and Tradesmen in

Tom Jurriaanse

Jurriaanse

 

103

9-13

Holland

 

 

 

 

 

Cooperative Marketing

C. Russell Keep, Jr.

Keep

 

52

9-11

Some Bio-Dynamic Activity in Germany

E. H. Kleinschmidt

Kleinschmidt

VII

1

15-18

Possible Cancer Hazard Presented By Feeding Diethyl-

Granville F. Knight, W. Coda Martin,

Knight

 

40

24-28

Stilbestrol to Cattle

Rigoberto Iglesias, and William E.

 

 

 

 

 

Smith

 

 

 

 

Action on Organic Standards-- An Appeal

H. H. Koepf

Koepf

 

99

1

Alfalfa Root Nodules and Phosphate Fertilizing

H. H. Koepf

Koepf

 

89

21

Application of the Diagnostic-Crystallization Method for the

H.H. Koepf and A. Selawry

Koepf

 

64

9-24

Investigation of Quality of Food and Fodder, Part I

 

 

 

 

 

Application of the Diagnostic-Crystallization Method for the

H.H. Koepf and A. Selawry

Koepf

 

65

1-12

Investigation of Quality of Food and Fodder, Part II

 

 

 

 

 

Application of the Diagnostic-Crystallization Method for the

H.H. Koepf and A. Selawry

Koepf

 

67

1-12

Investigation of Quality of Food and Fodder, Part III

 

 

 

 

 

Bio-Dynamic Farming and Gardening in Our Time

H. H. Koepf

Koepf

 

101

5-15

Title

Author

1st Author

Vol

Num

Pg

 

 

Last Name

 

 

 

Bio-Dynamic Farming and Gardening in Our Time:

H. H. Koepf

Koepf

 

103

1-6

Agriculture as a Social Task III

 

 

 

 

 

Bio-Dynamic Production and the Consumer

H. H. Koepf, Bo D. Pettersson, W.

Koepf

 

114

16-20

 

Schaumann

 

 

 

 

Bio-Dynamic Quality Standards

H. H. Koepf

Koepf

 

101

1-5

Bio-Dynamic Sprays

H. H. Koepf

Koepf

III

1

1-9

Bio-Dynamic Sprays, The

H. H. Koepf

Koepf

 

97

1-16

Biological Weathering of Rock

H. H. Koepf

Koepf

 

80

32-34

Blurred Instinct

H. H. Koepf

Koepf

 

79

31

Cereal Root Nematodes

H. H. Koepf

Koepf

 

93

34

Compost: What It Is-- How It Is Made-- What It Does

H. H. Koepf

Koepf

 

77

20-37

Considering Biological Agriculture

H. H. Koepf

Koepf

 

112

7-15

Cosmic Clocks and Life Rhythms

H. H. Koepf

Koepf

 

75

27-29

Current Topics, Part I

H. H. Koepf

Koepf

 

70

40-45

Current Topics, Part II

H. H. Koepf

Koepf

 

71

37-39

Current Topics, Part III

H. H. Koepf

Koepf

 

72

15-17

Decay of Frozen Food

H. H. Koepf

Koepf

 

74

21

Does Soil Testing Help Towards a Natural Control of Fungus

H. H. Koepf

Koepf

 

86

29-30

and Bacterial Diseases in Plants?

 

 

 

 

 

Dynamic Effects in Plant Growth

H. H. Koepf

Koepf

 

74

30-31

Effects of Excessive Phosphate in the Soil

H. H. Koepf

Koepf

 

111

1-2

Environmental Relationship of the Organism

H. H. Koepf

Koepf

 

78

19-20

Title

Author

1st Author

Vol

Num

Pg

 

 

Last Name

 

 

 

Established Pesticides Carry High Risk

H. H. Koepf

Koepf

 

93

33

Evaluation of Soil Productivity for Management, and Other

H. H. Koepf

Koepf

 

71

3-14

Basic Decisions

 

 

 

 

 

Experiment in Treating Liquid Manure

H. H. Koepf

Koepf

 

79

1-12

Farm Drugs and Human Health

H. H. Koepf

Koepf

 

90

18-19

Farmers Also Conservationists

H. H. Koepf

Koepf

 

106

31

Farming as a Social Fulfillment

H. H. Koepf

Koepf

 

106

15-21

Forests Near Big Cities Must Be Preserved

H. H. Koepf

Koepf

 

89

2

Forty Years of Bio-Dynamic Farming and Gardening

H. H. Koepf

Koepf

 

72

1-4

Grass Tetany and Hypomagnesaemia

H. H. Koepf

Koepf

 

93

31-32

Herb Seasonings and How to Use Them

H.H. Koepf

Koepf

 

89;14-

 

 

 

 

 

16

 

Herbicides and Soil Structure

H. H. Koepf

Koepf

 

83

21-22

Holland Increases Application of City Garbage Composts

H. H. Koepf

Koepf

 

84

22-23

How Certain Plants Can Utilize Locked-Up Phosphorous

H. H. Koepf

Koepf

 

90

29

In Praise of Weeds

H. H. Koepf

Koepf

 

72

10-12

In Search of Quality, Part I

H. H. Koepf

Koepf

 

91

3-14

In Search of Quality, Part II

H. H. Koepf

Koepf

 

92

2-15

Insect Resistance

H. H. Koepf

Koepf

 

106

27

Integrated Pest and Disease Control

H. H. Koepf

Koepf

 

89

32-34

Manure Handling

H.H. Koepf

Koepf

 

79

12-14

Title

Author

1st Author

Vol

Num

Pg

 

 

Last Name

 

 

 

Matter That Matters, The, Part I

H. H. Koepf

Koepf

 

80

2-17

Matter That Matters, The, Part II

H. H. Koepf

Koepf

 

81

1-14

Matter That Matters, The, Part III

H. H. Koepf

Koepf

 

83

1-15

Matter That Matters, The, Part IV

H. H. Koepf

Koepf

 

85

1-11

Microorganisms and the Life in the Oceans

H.H. Koepf

Koepf

 

89

25

Nematodes and Crop Rotation

H.H. Koepf

Koepf

 

90

32

New Concepts for the Social Handling of Pollution

H.H. Koepf

Koepf

 

78

1-8

Nitrate: An Ailing Organism Calls for Healing

H.H. Koepf

Koepf

 

73

5-48

Notes on the Way

H.H. Koepf

Koepf

 

74

1-6

Nutrient Uptake Is Influenced By Soil Life

H .H. H. Koepf

Koepf

 

93

34

Organic Fertilizing Improves Soil Hygiene

H. H. Koepf

Koepf

 

87

26-30

Organic Management Reduces Leaching of Nitrate

H.H. Koepf

Koepf

 

108

20-30

Our Environment Needs Caring For

H.H. Koepf

Koepf

 

80

36-37

Permanent Pastures

H.H. Koepf

Koepf

 

66

1-14

Pesticides Persist in Silage

H.H. Koepf

Koepf

 

84

25

Phosphorus and Food Production

H.H. Koepf

Koepf

 

109

7-16

Plant Diseases and Composting

H.H. Koepf

Koepf

 

82

22-24

Preliminary Test with Two Types of Bread

H. H. Koepf

Koepf

 

99

8-12

Productivity of the Earth, The, Part I

H. H. Koepf

Koepf

 

86

1-12

Productivity of the Earth, The, Part II

H. H. Koepf

Koepf

 

87

1-8

Proper Nutrition for the Elderly

H. H. Koepf

Koepf

 

89

12-14

Title

Author

1st Author

Vol

Num

Pg

 

 

Last Name

 

 

 

Quality Standards for Animal Products

H.H. Koepf

Koepf

 

102

35-38

Radioactivity in the Biosphere

H. H. Koepf

Koepf

 

70

1-17

Removing Pesticide Residues from Food

H. H. Koepf

Koepf

 

76

28-29

Report on the Work Underway at the Biochemical Research

H. H. Koepf

Koepf

 

76

1-10

Laboratory, Spring Valley, New York

 

 

 

 

 

Research on Quality

H. H. Koepf, Bo D. Pettersson, and

Koepf

 

114

7-16

 

W. Schaumann

 

 

 

 

Responsible Dealing with the Kingdoms of Nature

H. H. Koepf

Koepf

 

102

1-10

Restoring Good Conditions for Alfalfa

H. H. Koepf

Koepf

 

80

27-29

Significant Progress in Bio-Dynamics in the Scandinavian

H. H. Koepf

Koepf

 

84

1-8

Countries

 

 

 

 

 

Silica and Silica Sprays

H. H. Koepf

Koepf

 

78

24-30

Soil as Feed Additive for Young Pigs

H. H. Koepf

Koepf

 

90

35

Soil Management and Animal Reproduction

H. H. Koepf

Koepf

 

79

28-31

Soil Productivity and Organic Substance

H. H. Koepf

Koepf

 

68

5-19

Soil Structure, Plant Nutrition, and the Occurrence of Plant

H. H. Koepf

Koepf

 

84

32-35

Diseases and Pests

 

 

 

 

 

Soil Tests and Chromatograms

H. H. Koepf

Koepf

 

69

1-13

Testing Commercial Composts

H. H. Koepf

Koepf

 

95

23-33

Three Lectures on Bio-Dynamics

H. H. Koepf

Koepf

 

88

1-50

To Reawaken Awareness of Nature

H. H. Koepf

Koepf

 

82

12-18

Towards a New Decade

H. H. Koepf

Koepf

 

94

13-23

Title

Author

1st Author

Vol

Num

Pg

 

 

Last Name

 

 

 

Training in the Bio-Dynamic Method

H. H. Koepf

Koepf

 

95

1-6.

Very Old News

H. H. Koepf

Koepf

 

76

13-14

Weed Seeds in Manure-Soil Composts

H. H. Koepf

Koepf

 

90

11

What Makes Soils Richer?

H. H. Koepf

Koepf

 

90

2-7

History of Minkdale Farm and What Caused Us to Become

A. F. A. Konig

Konig

II

1

27-30

B. D. Minded

 

 

 

 

 

Minkdale Farm-- In Retrospect

A. F. A. Konig

Konig

V

1

18-20

Fish Look for Work to Do, The

A. Kucherenko

Kucherenko

 

104

20-23

Facts and Observations

Howard Laskey

Laskey

 

90

8-11

Toxicology of the Newer Agricultural Chemicals, The

Arnold J. Lehman

Lehman

VII

2

23-29

Earthworms Rejuvenate the Soil

Lawrence C. Lemmon

Lemmon

IX

1

27-32

Beginning of My Vegetable Garden, The

Anita Linder

Linder

 

98

22-24

Review of the Evidence for Food Quality Differences in

Maria Linder

Linder

 

107

1-11

Relation to Fertilization of the Soil with Organics or Mineral

 

 

 

 

 

Fertilizers, A

 

 

 

 

 

Selling Bio-Dynamic Ideas to the Public

Maria Linder

Linder

 

97

17-24

Stinging Nettle-- the Helper and Healer in My Garden

Anita Linder

Linder

 

105

14-16

Symposium on Health

C. U. Linder, H. Laskey, and E.

Linder

VI

1

23-26

 

Whitmont

 

 

 

 

You and I

Anita Linder

Linder

 

102

10-12

Farmer's Progress?, Part I

H. F. Mahle

Mahle

 

66

24-26

Farmer's Progress?, Part II

H. F. Mahle

Mahle

 

67

13-15

Title

Author

1st Author

Vol

Num

Pg

 

 

Last Name

 

 

 

Farmer's Progress?, Part III

H. F. Mahle

Mahle

 

70

38-40

Farmer's Progress?, Part IV

H. F. Mahle

Mahle

 

72

13-15

Such Potatoes as Yours

H. F. Mahle

Mahle

 

65

46-48

Anniversary Conference in Spring Valley

Anne Marshall

Marshall

 

112

29-32

Bio-Dynamic Farming and Gardening Association Annual

Anne Marshall

Marshall

 

113

33-35

Meeting, August 25, 1974

 

 

 

 

 

This Is the Week That Was

Anne E. Marshall

Marshall

 

105

32-36

Insecticides Today and Tomorrow

W. Coda Martin

Martin

 

44

21-31

Reappraisal of Today's Nutrition

W. Coda Martin

Martin

 

38

12-19

The Relationship of Nutrition and the Psychological

W. Coda Martin

Martin

 

42

35-36

Development of the Child

 

 

 

 

 

What the Physician and the Consumer Should Expect from

W. Coda Martin

Martin

 

63

21-24

the Farmer

 

 

 

 

 

When Is a Plant a Food-- and When a Poison?

W. Coda Martin

Martin

 

41

14-17

Farm Is Not An Economic Haven, A

William J. McCauley

McCauley

IV

2

11-14

Growing Farm Tenancy Threatens the Soil

W. J. McCauley

McCauley

V

2

24-27

Why the Farmer's 'Pay' Is Low

William James McCauley

McCauley

III

2

8-13

Critical View of Techno-Industrial Agriculture, A

Don McGuire

McGuire

 

107

12-36

Composting Leaves

Howard B. Mehrtens

Mehrtens

 

36

7-10

Observations Made During the Development of Bio-Dynamic

Georg Merckens

Merckens

 

71

27-32

Work

 

 

 

 

 

Garden Experiences

Ruth Eastman and Mary Mitchell

Mitchell

VIII

4

31

Title

Author

1st Author

Vol

Num

Pg

 

 

Last Name

 

 

 

News from Astra Farm: a Garden Grows

Jeffrey and Jody Mitchell

Mitchell

 

108

5-12

Jefferson's Plow

Virginia Moore

Moore

II

2

22-24

Weed Problem, The

Virginia Moore

Moore

III

1

14-16

Does Bio-Dynamic Farming Pay?

J. Morton

Morton

III

2

22-26

Program for Postwar Activities in the Phoenixville

H. A. W. Myrin

Myrin

III

1

33-37

Agricultural Territory

 

 

 

 

 

Trees and Health

V. Nesterov

Nesterov

 

112

16-18

Let Us Get Back to Earth

Lord Northbourne

Northbourne

VII

1

31-32

Can We Restore the Old-Fashioned Family Farm?

Carl Ogren

Ogren

 

75

30-35

Hidden Truths (Poem)

Christian Ostergaard

Ostergaard

 

92

1

Bio-Dynamic Farm-- An Organism, The

Carsten Pank

Pank

 

81

38-53

Dirt Farmer's Dialogue, Part 1

Carsten Pank

Pank

 

93

20-29

Dirt Farmer's Dialogue, Part II

Carsten Pank

Pank

 

94

23-32

Dirt Farmer's Dialogue, Part III

Carsten Pank

Pank

 

95

8-18

Dirt Farmer's Dialogue, Part IV

Carsten Pank

Pank

 

97

26-37

Dirt Farmer's Dialogue, Part V

Carsten Pank

Pank

 

98

25-42

Dirt Farmer's Dialogue, Part VI

Carsten Pank

Pank

 

101

16-27

Dirt Farmer's Dialogue, Part VII. p. 1

Carsten Pank

Pank

 

102

13-23

Dirt Farmer's Dialogue, Part VII. p. 2

Carsten Pank

Pank

 

103

17-28

Dirt Farmer's Dialogue, Part VIII

Carsten Pank

Pank

 

105

22-31

Equations (Poem)

Carsten Pank

Pank

 

82

11

Title

Author

1st Author

Vol

Num

Pg

 

 

Last Name

 

 

 

Feeding, the Alpha and Omega in Farming

Carsten Pank

Pank

 

76

15-25

Parallels

Carsten Pank

Pank

 

87

25-26

Remarkable Birdsfoot Trefoil, The

Carsten Pank

Pank

 

108

17-19

Silent Spring-- Ten Years After

Carsten Pank

Pank

 

104

5-17

What Is the Bio-Dynamic Method?

Carsten J. Pank

Pank

 

72

19-27

Your Own Personal Factory

Marilyn Vivier Pearce

Pearce

 

75

10-16

Typical Iron Plant: Urtica Dioica, A

Wilhelm Pelikan

Pelikan

 

106

28-30

Effect of Site, Fertilizing, and Growth Influencing Factors

Bo D. Pettersson

Pettersson

 

96

1-19

Upon the Quality of Potato Tubers, The

 

 

 

 

 

Experiments and Observations on the Use of Bone Meal on

Bo D. Pettersson

Pettersson

 

67

15-20

Grass and Clover Mixtures in Central Scandinavia

 

 

 

 

 

Art and Science of Composting, The

E. E. Pfeiffer

Pfeiffer

 

49

2-20

Availability of Nitrogen, Phosphate, and Potash in Soils

E. E. Pfeiffer

Pfeiffer

X

4

30-34

Availability of Nitrogen, Phosphate, and Potash in Soils Due

E. E. Pfeiffer

Pfeiffer

X

3

24-27

to Application of Microorganisms

 

 

 

 

 

Available, Water-- Soluble or Storage: Humus Decides the

E. E. Pfeiffer

Pfeiffer

 

56

1-9

Issue

 

 

 

 

 

Balance and Imbalance, Beneficial Versus Poisonous

E. E. Pfeiffer

Pfeiffer

 

77

1-17

Bio-Chemical Research Laboratory Annual Report, 19571959

E. E. Pfeiffer

Pfeiffer

 

55

1-14

Bio-Dynamic Method Can Produce Quantity Too, The

E. E. Pfeiffer

Pfeiffer

 

59

1-7

Bio-Dynamic Method: What it is and What it is Not, The

E. E. Pfeiffer

Pfeiffer

VI

4

2-17

Bio-Dynamic Treatment of Fruit Trees, Berries, and Shrubs,

E. E. Pfeiffer

Pfeiffer

 

42

2-18

Title

Author

1st Author

Vol

Num

Pg

 

 

Last Name

 

 

 

The, Part I

 

 

 

 

 

Bio-Dynamic Treatment of Fruit Trees, Berries, and Shrubs,

E. E. Pfeiffer

Pfeiffer

 

43

2-14

The, Part II

 

 

 

 

 

Bio-Dynamics: A Short, Practical Introduction

E. E. Pfeiffer

Pfeiffer

 

41

2-9

Biological and Natural Control of Insect Pests

E. E. Pfeiffer

Pfeiffer

 

48

2-8

Biological Balance, The

E. E. Pfeiffer

Pfeiffer

 

38

2-12

Biological Role of the Earthworm, The

E. E. Pfeiffer

Pfeiffer

II

2

18-21

Bread Baking, Cookery and Related Questions

E. E. Pfeiffer

Pfeiffer

 

65

14-23

Care of Hay in the Hayloft

E. E. Pfeiffer

Pfeiffer

IV

2

6, 10,

 

 

 

 

 

14

Cattle Feeding along Bio-Dynamic Lines

E. E. Pfeiffer

Pfeiffer

VI

3

24-30

Changing Rural Pattern-- a Challenge, The, Part I

E. E. Pfeiffer

Pfeiffer

 

36

2-6

Changing Rural Pattern-- a Challenge, The, Part II

E. E. Pfeiffer

Pfeiffer

 

37

3-11

Chromatograms of Grain and Flour

E. E. Pfeiffer

Pfeiffer

 

54

2-15

Comparative Soil Tests 1951-1961 of a Bio-Dynamic Farm

E. E. Pfeiffer

Pfeiffer

 

60

1-11

Compost and Fertilizer on Peas

E. E. Pfeiffer

Pfeiffer

IX

3

2-5

Composting Again-- Small and Large

E. E. Pfeiffer

Pfeiffer

XI

1 & 2

2-14

Decline of American Agriculture, The

E. E. Pfeiffer

Pfeiffer

 

70

17-22

Do We Really Know What We Are Doing? Ddt Spray

E. E. Pfeiffer

Pfeiffer

 

45

2-40

Programs-- Their Value and Dangers

 

 

 

 

 

Does Bread Nourish?

E. Pfeiffer

Pfeiffer

III

2

16-22

Dynamic Concept of the Weather, A

E. E. Pfeiffer

Pfeiffer

IV

2

1-6

Title

Author

1st Author

Vol

Num

Pg

 

 

Last Name

 

 

 

Dynamic Forces

E. E. Pfeiffer

Pfeiffer

 

1 (1 &

11-15

 

 

 

 

2)

 

Experimental Garden of 1950, The

E. E. Pfeiffer

Pfeiffer

IX

3

11-12

Green Manuring, Organic Fertilizer, Compost in Spring?.

E. E. Pfeiffer

Pfeiffer

X

1 & 2

18-21

Healthy and Diseased Pastures

E. E. Pfeiffer

Pfeiffer

III

1

10-14

Hog Feeding

E. E. Pfeiffer

Pfeiffer

VI

3

30-31

How Long Do Seeds Keep?

E. E. Pfeiffer

Pfeiffer

 

41

23-26

How Moist is Moist?

E. E. Pfeiffer

Pfeiffer

XI

4 & 5

35-38

How Much Compost Should We Use?

E. E. Pfeiffer

Pfeiffer

XII

4

2-12

How to Buy a Farm

E. E. Pfeiffer

Pfeiffer

II

1

11-17

Ideal Soil, The

E. E. Pfeiffer

Pfeiffer

 

40

17-19

Impressions of Agriculture Abroad-- 1950

E. E. Pfeiffer

Pfeiffer

VIII

4

10-16

Impressions of Agriculture in England and Scotland 1950

E. E. Pfeiffer

Pfeiffer

IX

1

17-23

Know Your Soil

E. E. Pfeiffer

Pfeiffer

VII

2

2-7

Large Farm or Small Farm

E. E. Pfeiffer

Pfeiffer

IV

1

1-7

Mastitis, its Cause and Treatment

E.E. Pfeiffer

Pfeiffer

V

1

32-35

Mulching-- Right or Wrong?

E.E. Pfeiffer

Pfeiffer

 

51

2-6

Municipal and Industrial Composting

E.E. Pfeiffer

Pfeiffer

VIII

2

2-6

New Developments in Composting

E.E. Pfeiffer

Pfeiffer

 

53

2-9

Nutrient Balance, The

E.E. Pfeiffer

Pfeiffer

 

39

2-10

Observations of Bio-Dynamic and Mineral Treatment of Soil

E. E. Pfeiffer

Pfeiffer

X

1 & 2

2-13

Title

Author

1st Author

Vol

Num

Pg

 

 

Last Name

 

 

 

Observations on Bio-Dynamic and Mineral Treatment of Soil

E.E. Pfeiffer

Pfeiffer

VIII

1

2-7

Organic Matter Rebuilt in Pure Sand

E.E. Pfeiffer

Pfeiffer

IX

2

2-8

Organic-Chemical Controversy in Agriculture, The

E.E. Pfeiffer

Pfeiffer

X

3

2-19

Pfeiffer on Soils and Activators and the Nitrogen Problem

E.E. Pfeiffer

Pfeiffer

 

64

1-8

Plants Absorb Organic Substances from Soil

E.E. Pfeiffer

Pfeiffer

 

58

1-8

Practical Aspects of Composting, Green Manuring, Liming,

E.E. Pfeiffer

Pfeiffer

 

63

1-8

Manure Handling, Growing Successful Lawns

 

 

 

 

 

Preliminary Report on Humus Formation in the Root Areas of

E. E. Pfeiffer

Pfeiffer

VII

1

20-27

Plants Under Different Soil Management, A

 

 

 

 

 

Prosperity-- Security-- the Future

E. E. Pfeiffer

Pfeiffer

 

1 (1 &

1-5

 

 

 

 

2)

 

Protein Changes During Germination and Earliest Leaf

E. E. Pfeiffer

Pfeiffer

 

47

2-8

Growth

 

 

 

 

 

Qualitative Chromatographic Method for the Determination

E.E. Pfeiffer

Pfeiffer

 

50

2-15

of Biological Factors, A

 

 

 

 

 

Quality Production of Seed Protein

E. E. Pfeiffer

Pfeiffer

 

46

8-16

Questions and Answers at the 1961 B.D. Conference

E. E. Pfeiffer

Pfeiffer

 

62

1-8

Raw Materials Useful for Composting

E. E. Pfeiffer

Pfeiffer

XII

2

19-27

Recent Developments in the Application of the B. D. Starter

E. E. Pfeiffer

Pfeiffer

X

4

2-12

Rudolf Steiner's Impulse to Agriculture

E.E. Pfeiffer

Pfeiffer

 

40

2-15

Seven Years of Soil Survey on a Bio-Dynamic Farm

E. E. Pfeiffer

Pfeiffer

XII

3

2-19

Soil and Health

E. E. Pfeiffer

Pfeiffer

VI

1

18-20

Title

Author

1st Author

Vol

Num

Pg

 

 

Last Name

 

 

 

Soil Building versus Nutrient Solution

E. E. Pfeiffer

Pfeiffer

 

57

1-11

Soil Improvements with the Bio-Dynamic Method

E. E. Pfeiffer

Pfeiffer

IX

1

2-5

Soil Profiles-- A Diagnostic Means

E. E. Pfeiffer

Pfeiffer

XI

3

2-8

Soils and Humus

E. E. Pfeiffer

Pfeiffer

VI

1

3-7

Spices and Medicinal Herbs

E. E. Pfeiffer

Pfeiffer

II

1

31-34

Testing Methods to Make Quality Differences Visible

E.E. Pfeiffer

Pfeiffer

 

59

8-25

Treatment of Soils with Regard to Humus and Structure, The,

E. E. Pfeiffer

Pfeiffer

VII

3

2-7

Part I

 

 

 

 

 

Treatment of Soils with Regard to Humus and Structure, The,

E. E. Pfeiffer

Pfeiffer

VII

4

2-5

Part II

 

 

 

 

 

Vegetable Garden, The (Excerpt from Grow a Garden)

E. E. Pfeiffer and E. Riese, revised by

Pfeiffer

XI

1 & 2

30-38

 

E. Speiden

 

 

 

 

Progress in the Research Laboratory

E. E. Pfieffer

Pfieffer

VI

2

24-27

Stressing Thoroughness

Paul Pfund

Pfund

IX

1

36-39

Bio-Dynamics in New England

Helen Philbrick

Philbrick

 

104

19-20

Covering the Ground with Vegetables

Helen Philbrick

Philbrick

 

68

25-28

Crystallizations in Frost

Helen Philbrick

Philbrick

 

98

42-44

Digging and Delving, Part I. Introduction: The Three

Helen Philbrick

Philbrick

 

80

30-32

Dimensional Garden

 

 

 

 

 

Digging and Delving, Part II. Planning the Garden

Helen Philbrick

Philbrick

 

81

53-56

Digging and Delving, Part III. Why the Three Story Garden

Helen Philbrick

Philbrick

 

82

19-22

Works

 

 

 

 

 

Title

Author

1st Author

Vol

Num

Pg

 

 

Last Name

 

 

 

Digging and Delving, Part IV. The Distribution of Sunlight

Helen Philbrick

Philbrick

 

83

23-27

Digging and Delving, Part V. The Moisture Supply

Helen Philbrick

Philbrick

 

84

26-30

Digging and Delving, Part VI. the Air Supply

Helen Philbrick

Philbrick

 

85

31-33

Digging and Delving, Part VII. Root Systems

Helen Philbrick

Philbrick

 

86

26-28

Digging and Delving, Part VIII. The Winter Garden and Part

Helen Philbrick

Philbrick

 

87

10-16

IX. Transplanting and Other Detailed Operations

 

 

 

 

 

Faith Homestead

Helen Philbrick

Philbrick

VIII

1

11-15

Feathery Eggs and Sponge Cakes

Helen Philbrick

Philbrick

XII

3

21-22

From Loudon's Encyclopedia, London, 1824

H. Philbrick (contributed by)

Philbrick

 

36

25-26

From Missouri

John and Helen Philbrick

Philbrick

IX

1

15-16

Greenhouse Experiences, Part I

Helen Philbrick

Philbrick

 

37

26-32

Greenhouse Experiences, Part II

Helen Philbrick

Philbrick

 

38

27-30

Kalendarial Index, Part I

Helen Philbrick

Philbrick

 

99

12-34

Kalendarial Index, Part II

Helen Philbrick

Philbrick

 

100

12-25

Kalendarial Index, Part III

Helen Philbrick

Philbrick

 

101

27-38

Kalendarial Index, Part IV

Helen Philbrick

Philbrick

 

102

24-35

Life in the Garden

John H. Philbrick

Philbrick

 

62

36-40

New Publication, A

John and Helen Philbrick

Philbrick

 

37

21-22

News from Roanridge Homestead, Parkville

John and Helen Philbrick

Philbrick

XII

2

13-16

Personal Question, A

Helen Philbrick

Philbrick

 

64

27-29

Report on the 1956 Bio-Dynamic Farm Conference

Helen Philbrick

Philbrick

 

42

25-33

Title

Author

1st Author

Vol

Num

Pg

 

 

Last Name

 

 

 

Richard C. Potter, 1889-1968

Helen Philbrick

Philbrick

 

86

24-25

Secrets of the Universe in a Bio-Dynamic Garden

H. Philbrick

Philbrick

 

91

28-30

Some Actual Experience with a 'Cold' Greenhouse

Helen Philbrick

Philbrick

 

36

20-22

Summer Thoughts

Helen Philbrick

Philbrick

 

91

35-36

Unexpected Use for Dr. Pfeiffer's Bacterial Starter, An

Helen Philbrick

Philbrick

 

67

20-21

What is Dynamic About Bio-Dynamics?

John H. Philbrick

Philbrick

 

89

3-11

Winter Thoughts

Helen Philbrick

Philbrick

 

89

28-29

You Name It

Helen Philbrick

Philbrick

 

59

34-37

Eyeing Potatoes

Ludwig Piening

Piening

VII

1

18-20

Future for the Family Farm, A

Ludwig Piening

Piening

 

69

14-17

Man and Mechanization in Farming

Ludwig Piening

Piening

 

72

6-10

Report on a Family Farm

Ludwig Piening

Piening

 

52

7-9

Survival of Farming in These Troubled Times, The

Ludwig Piening

Piening

 

56

20-23

Living Influences on Plant Development

A. de Podolinsky

Podolinsky

 

106

1-10

From Our Secretary

Josephine Porter

Porter

 

53

36-39

Love of the Earth, A

Richard Potter

Potter

 

65

23-31

Nature in the Bible

Richard C. Potter

Potter

 

83

16-21

Impression of Australia and Bio-Dynamics Therein, An

P.C. Proctor

Proctor

 

113

17-19

Bio-Dynamics in Denmark

O. E. Rasmussen

Rasmussen

IV

2

22-26

Farm Yard Manure Verses Artificials

O. Elstrup Rasmussen

Rasmussen

V

1

10-12

Use of Phosphorus and Potassium on Light Sandy Soils in

O. Elstrup Rasmussen

Rasmussen

 

66

18-22

Title

Author

1st Author

Vol

Num

Pg

 

 

Last Name

 

 

 

Denmark

 

 

 

 

 

Bio-Dynamic Food Products in 1980

Richard Rettig

Rettig

 

95

34-37

B.D. Homestead, A

Marjorie Spock and Mary T. Richards

Richards

 

62

20-23

Vegetable Garden from a Woodlot, A

Mary T. Richards and Marjorie Spock

Richards

 

39

11-14

Notes on Citrus Culture

Harold S. Richmond

Richmond

XI

1 & 2

25-29

Story of a Citrus Grove

Harold S. Richmond

Richmond

VI

3

2-11

Christian and the Creature, The

Gottfried Richter

Richter

 

112

25-28

Dynamic Forces Practically Applied

E. Riese, F. Bessenich, and E. E.

Riese

 

1 (3 &

7-11

 

Pfeiffer

 

 

4)

 

Germinating Force of Seeds, The

Erika Riese

Riese

 

53

25-27

Bit About Organics in Britain, A

Bo Rodehn

Rodehn

VII

3

25-28

Bio-Dynamics in Ontario

John Rohlmann

Rohlmann

 

112

33-34

Brief Report on the Winter Agricultural Conference at the

John Rohlmann

Rohlmann

 

114

27-30

Goetheanum, February 5-9, 1975, A

 

 

 

 

 

Do-It-Yourself Chromatography

Ruth Rosevear

Rosevear

III

?

21-31

Chromatograms of Soil, Bio-Dynamic Preparations and their

Erica Sabarth

Sabarth

 

62

9-14

Source Materials

 

 

 

 

 

Color Symptoms in Plant Deficiency Diseases

Erica Sabarth

Sabarth

XI

1&2

15-23

Forming of Soils and Their Testing, The

Erica Sabarth

Sabarth

 

96

25-37

More About Trace Elements

Erica Sabarth

Sabarth

 

36

11-19

Plant Relationships as Made Visible By Chromatography

Erica Sabarth

Sabarth

 

85

12-15

Plant Symbiosis

Erica Sabarth

Sabarth

 

93

13-20

Title

Author

1st Author

Vol

Num

Pg

 

 

Last Name

 

 

 

Plant Symbiosis

Erica Sabarth

Sabarth

XI

4 & 5

7-17

Forest in the Ecological System and in the Farm Economy,

J. B. Santon

Santon

 

76

30-40

The

 

 

 

 

 

Trees and Shrubs for Shelter Belts

J. B. Santon

Santon

 

81

23-35

Function of Natural Membrances, The

A.D. Sargood

Sargood

 

111

15-18

Nitrate Poisoning

Andrew Sargood

Sargood

 

113

28-32

Letter from France, A

Pierre Sauvegeot

Sauvegeot

IV

1

19-28

Home Garden, A

E. B. Sayre

Sayre

VII

4

19-20

B.D. Conference 1955

Renate Schaafhausen

Schaafhausen

 

38

19-23

Another Answer to the Question: What Is Bio-Dynamic

Ursula Schaefer (trans.)

Schaefer

 

106

21-23

Gardening and Farming

 

 

 

 

 

People Notes from the Stockholm Human Environment

Karl E. Schaefer

Schaefer

 

104

2-5

Conference

 

 

 

 

 

Feeding Cattle for Health and Fertility

Wolfgang Schaumann

Schaumann

 

111

2-10

Planting Green Manure in Corn

Oscar Schmidt

Schmidt

 

11

15-18

Rhythmical Phenomena in Earth and Cosmos in Relation to

Gerhardt Schmidt

Schmidt

 

93

4-12

Nutrition and Agriculture

 

 

 

 

 

What Does the Young Farmer Expect from the Future?

Oscar Schmidt

Schmidt

 

77

38-41

Why We Like the One-Litter System of Raising Hogs

Oscar A. Schmidt

Schmidt

 

81

36-38

Individual-- the Community-- the Land, The

Michael Schmundt

Schmundt

 

114

23-27

Border Plants from French Canada

Robert and Greta Schon

Schon

V

2

27-29

Observations and Thoughts on the Sugar Maple

R.C. Schon

Schon

VII

2

13-17

Title

Author

1st Author

Vol

Num

Pg

 

 

Last Name

 

 

 

Report from Canada

Robert and Grete Schon

Schon

V

1

1-4.

 

 

 

 

 

20-28

Report on Airlie Farm

R. C. Schon

Schon

IX

3

18-22

Small Farm's Development, A

R. G. Schonbeck

Schonbeck

VI

2

3-9

Some Notes on Growing Good Sweet Corn

R. G. Schonbeck

Schonbeck

IX

2

29-31

Some Observations on Feeding, Health, and Production of

R. G. Schonbeck

Schonbeck

IX

2

25-26

Dairy Cows

 

 

 

 

 

Cosmic Rhythms

J. Schultz

Schultz

 

1 (3 &

21-25

 

 

 

 

4)

 

Forest Seed Production in Relation to Planetary Cycles, Part I

Joachim Schultz

Schultz

XI

3

10-20

Forest Seed Production in Relation to Planetary Cycles, Part

Joachim Schultz

Schultz

XI

4 & 5

26-34

II

 

 

 

 

 

Learning on the Nature Trail

Cornelia Schwartz

Schwartz

 

111

18-20

Building a Garden

John Scott

Scott

IX

4

21-22

Weather

Helmut Siber

Siber

IV

1

8-11

Tree Crops-- An Unappreciated Possibility

J. Russell Smith

Smith

III

1

31-32

Sun Overhead

John Soper

Soper

 

62

31-36

Asparagus

E. Speiden

Speiden

III

1

24-26

Bio-Dynamic Conference, April 1946, The

E. Speiden

Speiden

V

1

1-10

Bio-Dynamic Spray 500

E. Speiden

Speiden

VIII

2

12-18

Bio-Dynamic Spray 501

E. Speiden

Speiden

VIII

3

10-12

Bio-Dynamic Spray 508, (and 507 as a Spray)

E. Speiden

Speiden

VIII

4

17-19

Title

Author

1st Author

Vol

Num

Pg

 

 

Last Name

 

 

 

Bread Making-- Science and Art

E. Speiden

Speiden

IX

3

6-10

Cold Weather Vegetables

E. Speiden

Speiden

 

39

15-24

Compost Lessons from the Earthworm

E. Speiden

Speiden

V

2

33-35

Ecology Made Understandable (A Review of The Web of

E. Speiden

Speiden

 

36

23-25

Life, by John H. Storer)

 

 

 

 

 

Even Scientists Have to Eat!

E. Speiden

Speiden

XI

1 & 2

23-24

Herb Growing

E. Speiden

Speiden

II

2

25-31

Herb Teas

E. Speiden

Speiden

IX

2

13-18

Impressions of the Farm Conference

E. Speiden

Speiden

XII

4

16-22

More Food for the Thoughtful

E. Speiden

Speiden

XI

3

25-26

Mulching

E. Speiden

Speiden

XI

4 & 5

18-25

Planning for the Home Vegetable Garden

E. Speiden

Speiden

XII

3

26-32

Rural China

E. Speiden

Speiden

II

1

18-22

Save Your Own Seeds

E. Speiden

Speiden

IX

4

7-12

Success with Bio-Dynamics

E. Speiden

Speiden

X

1 & 2

22-27

West Coast Branch, The

E. Speiden

Speiden

VII

4

17-19

Where Bio-Dynamics Goes

E. Speiden

Speiden

XI

3

29-30

Fruitful Exchange, A

Marjorie Spock

Spock

 

104

17-19

Paean to Goats

Marjorie Spock

Spock

 

86

15-17

Rachel Carson-- in Memorium

Marjorie Spock

Spock

 

71

1-2

Knowledge of Gods, The (A Poem)

Rudolf Steiner

Steiner

III

 

32

Title

Author

1st Author

Vol

Num

Pg

 

 

Last Name

 

 

 

Light of the Sun, The (Poem)

Rudolf Steiner

Steiner

 

93

1

Light That Shines in Men, The (Poem)

Rudolf Steiner

Steiner

 

112

37

Origin of the Theory of Metamorphosis

Rudolf Steiner

Steiner

 

109

24-40

Composting Coffee Waste and Manure at Golden Acres Farm

Walter Stuber and Peter Blaser

Stuber

XII

2

2-5

Golden Acres Apiary

Ursula Stuber

Stuber

X

4

13-16

Golden Acres Farm

Walter Stuber

Stuber

X

4

35-38

Marketing of Golden Acres Farm Bio-Dynamic Produce, The

Walter Stuber and C.R. Keep, Jr.

Stuber

 

48

27-30

Poultry Operation at Golden Acres Farm

Walter Stuber

Stuber

 

38

23-26

Reflections on Golden Acres Farm

Walter Stuber

Stuber

 

95

19-23

Report on Golden Acres Farm

Walter Stuber

Stuber

XII

4

13-15

Another Experience Report

Mrs. Frederick J. Suhr

Suhr

IX

3

22-23

Land Administrators Blend New Concepts with Old

Ernest Swift

Swift

 

56

29-31

World on Four Acres, The

Ernest Swift

Swift

 

63

35-36

Bogs, Bottom Land, and `Banking' in Southern New Jersey

Claude N. Terry

Terry

VIII

3

24-26

Insect World's Relationship to Cruciferous Plants, The

Heinrich Thies

Thies

 

108

30-36

Thoughts About Sun, Moon, and the Signs of the Zodiac

Heinrich Thies

Thies

 

106

24-27

Herbs in the Garden

Margaret Thomas

Thomas

 

62

40-41

We Want It Back (Poem)

O.R. Townley

Townley

 

92

27-29

Soil and Health

Walter Vander Beek

Vander Beek

VII

3

27-32

Good Recipe for Milk, A

Walter VanderBeek

VanderBeek

IX

2

19-24

Bio-Dynamics as An Ecological Influence

Philip S. Very

Very

 

99

2-8

Title

Author

1st Author

Vol

Num

Pg

 

 

Last Name

 

 

 

Comparison of Personality Characteristics of Individuals

Philip S. Very

Very

 

91

14-22

Attracted to Various Agricultural Methodologies, A

 

 

 

 

 

Earth Day: in Perspective

Philip S. Very

Very

 

94

37-39

Summary of the 1968 Bio-Dynamic Farming and Gardening

Philip S. Very

Very

 

89

30-31

Conference

 

 

 

 

 

Influence of Fertilization on Feed Quality

Irmgard von Grone-Gueltzow

von Grone-

 

105

16-22

 

 

Gueltzow

 

 

 

Observations on the Nature of Humus

Fiona von Heider

von Heider

 

100

1-11

Agriculture and the Camphill Movement

Hartmut von Jeetze

von Jeetze

 

114

1-6

Growing Need for Bio-Dynamic Agriculture, The

Hartmut von Jeetze

von Jeetze

 

113

1-4

Growing Up with Honey

Wilbur C. Wahl

Wahl

 

94

33-37

Highlights and Sidelights

Karl Walter

Walter

 

92

30-36

Little Report on China Farms, A

Tze-kong Waung

Waung

IX

3

25-26

Activity and Means of Influencing the Animal Life of the

Friedrich Wilhelm

Wilhelm

 

112

18-25

Soil, The

 

 

 

 

 

Significance of the Animal Population of the Soil, The

Friedrich Wilhelm

Wilhelm

 

79

32-40

Soil-Dwelling Animals, Their Effects and Ways of

Friedrich Wilhelm

Wilhelm

 

86

18-23

Influencing Their Activities

 

 

 

 

 

Agriculture and Technology of Sugar in 1944-45

O. W. Willcox

Willcox

V

1

32

Doctor and the Farmer, The

Henry N. Williams

Williams

 

113

4-11

Earthly and Cosmic Nutrition

Henry N. Williams

Williams

 

96

20-24

Bio-Dynamics and Ecology

E. F. Winter

Winter

 

60

12-18

Title

Author

1st Author

Vol

Num

Pg

 

 

Last Name

 

 

 

Greenhouse on the B.D. Homestead, The

E. F. Winter

Winter

 

48

13-19

Intensifying a B. D. Homestead Production

E. F. Winter

Winter

 

52

12-19

Letter from Moscow

E. F. Winter

Winter

 

57

11-14

Agricultural Work at Camphill Special Schools

Bernard Wolf

Wolf

 

108

12

Some Observations on the Citrus Industry

L. P. De Wolf

Wolf

VIII

2

28-31

Cosmic Error, A (Poem)

Harvey E. Yantis

Yantis

X

3

19

Springtime Waters

A. Gruman and A. Zhuravlev

Zhuravlev

 

106

11-14

Twenty-Nine Years of Bio-Dynamic Treatment

Richard and Ruth Zinniker

Zinniker

 

103

7-8

Pruning and Training Bramble Fruits and Highbush

C. C. Zych

Zych

 

92

17-26

Blueberries