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Biodynamics Journal No. 181

Original publication date: WINTER 1991-92

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Publication status: Out of print

GERM PLASM: SLAVE TRADE
OF THE 20TH CENTURY
     Barbara Booth
     Drawings by Famke Zonneveld…………………………………2

DOES BIODYNAMIC SEED PRODUCTION
HAVE A FUTURE IN NORTH AMERICA?
     Nathan Corymb……………………………………………………15

BIODYNAMIC AGRICULTURE: A SERVICE
TO THE EARTH OR TO PREVAILING
ECONOMIC FORCES?
     Greg Booth
     Drawings by Famke Zonneveld………………………………..21

THE HIBERNIAN MYSTERIES AS THE
FOUNDATION OF BIODYNAMICS
     LA. Rotheraine……………………………………………………..35

CONTROLLING FLIES WITHOUT CHEMICALS
     Susan and Joseph Tooker
     Drawings by Famke Zonneveld………………………………..39

NOTES ON NATURAL CONTROL AGENTS
     Michael John Roboz………………………………………………48

AN AUSTRALIAN DOWSER’S EXPERIENCE OF 500
     Steven Guth…………………………………………………………56

THE THERAPEUTIC POTATO
     T. Osadchaya
     Translated by Norman Precoda……………………………….63

 

 

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