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Biodynamics Journal No. 195

Shining Stars: Moore Ranch A Profile
Of The Conference Farm Tour Host Farm
Veggies Au Nautrel
     By Robin Greene, Los Angeles Times.............................4

Compost Matters
Standards For Compost Stability Through
The Dewar Self Heating Test
     By Woods End Research Laboratory..........................10

Biodynamic Gardeninig
A Living Relationship With The Spirit Working In Nature
Weather Cycles
     By Beth Wieting...........................................................12

Community Supported Composting
Programs Awarded Grants in PA and NY.........................16

Biodynamic Seed initiatives
     Reports From Hugh Williams, BarbaraScott
     and Nathan Corymb.....................................................18

From The Garden To The Table
In Search Of Bread
     By Wolfgang Rohrs......................................................27

Departments

From The Executive Director..............................................2

1994 Conference Agenda...................................................3

Resources..........................................................................5

Bio-Dynamic Advisory Committee......................................6

Josephine Porter Institute....................................................8

Michaei Fields Agricultural Institute.....................................9

Bio-Dynamics In The World.............................................30

Calendar...........................................................................31
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Positions/Situations...........................................................32

 

 

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Biodynamics Journal No. 194

Community Supported Composting
     By Will Brinton..................................................................14

Biodynamics And Bio-technology
A View On Nature and Heredity
By Lincoln Geiger
     Industry News Regarding Bio-technology...........................26

From The Garden To The Table
Complements Of The Season:
Green Herbs and Edible Flowers
     By Louise Frazier...............................................................31

Departments

From The Executive Director....................................................2

1994 Conference.....................................................................3

Bio-Dynamics In The World....................................................4

Bio-Dynamic Advisory Committee...........................................8

Josephine Porter Institute.......................................................10

Resources..............................................................................11

The Demeter Association.......................................................12

New Members.......................................................................33

Course Notes........................................................................34

Calendar................................................................................35

Positions / Situations..............................................................36

 

 

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Biodynamics Journal No. 193



Biodynamics And Bio-technology
Manipulating Life A Public Symposium
On Bio-Technology In Amsterdam
     Translation By Catherine CreegerFrom Das Goetheanum.........8

Highlights From The 70th Anniversary
Conference, Dornach Switzerland
     By Hugh Williams...................................................................13

Shining Stars: Profiles of Biodynamic?
Farms and Gardens
Ta S'ina Tokaheya Project
Biodynamics in the Native American Culture
     By Jean Yeager......................................................................19

Decentralized Composting for a High-Density Nation
The Bavarian Ebersberg Farm-Scale Model
     By Richard Brinton and William F.Brinton, Jr.
     From Compost Matters........................................................23

Whole Grain Cookery From The Garden To The Table
     By Louise Frazier..................................................................27

Departments

From The Executive Director.......................................................2

Bio-Dynamics in The World........................................................3

Bio-Dynamic Advisory Committee..............................................6

Josephine Porter Institute............................................................7

Resources................................................................................18

Calendar..................................................................................31

Positions/ Situations

 

 

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Biodynamics Journal No. 192



70 Years Since Koberwitz
Courage In Knowing, Enthusiasm In Doing
     By Manfred Klett The Goetheanum..........................................9

Do We Really Know What We Are Doing?
     By Ehrenfried Pfeiffer ExcerptedFrom Biodynamics, 1958........11

A Report On The 1993 Summer Seminar,
The Workings Of Light In Nutrition
     By Betsy Cashen, R.D.
     For the Anthroposophic NutritionWorking Group.....................12

The Hibernian Mysteries As
The Foundation of Biodynamics Part III
     By L.A. Rotheraine...................................................................14

Shining Stars: Profiles of Biodynamic Farms and Gardens
Flower Farm For The '90s: High-tech, But Biodynamic
     By Lynn Byczynski From Growing ForMarket.........................19

The Bio-Dynamics Of Seasonal Vegetable Fare
From The Garden To The Table
     By Louise Frazier.....................................................................25

Departments

From The Executive Director..........................................................2

Bio-Dynamics In The World...........................................................3

Bio-Dynamic Advisory Committee..................................................6

Josephine Porter Institute................................................................6

Demeter Association......................................................................8

New Members.............................................................................28

Bio-Dynamic Training...................................................................29

Positions/ Situations......................................................................31

Calendar......................................................................................31

Errata...........................................................................................32

 

 

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Biodynamics Journal No. 191

High-Tec Composting With Evolutionary Forces:
William Brinton's Maine Business
     By Judith Krischik From Das Goethaneum..........8

Pot Experiments On The Effects
Of Compound Preparations
     By Herbert H. Koepf and Cheryl Weisz..............13

Shining Stars: Profiles of Biodynamic Farms and Gardens
Evergreen Elm's Biodynamic Garden Nourishes
Residents and Community
     By Jean W. Yeager............................................18

Seasonal Vegetable Fare From Garden To Table
     By Louise Frazier..............................................22

Departments

From The Executive Director...................................2

Bio-Dynamic Association News..............................3

Bio-Dynamic Advisory Committee..........................4

Josephine Porter Institute........................................6

New Members.....................................................26

Resources............................................................27

Biodynamic Training.............................................29

Positions/ Situations.............................................31

Calendar.............................................................32

 

 

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Biodynamics Journal No. 190


The Heritage of Corn
     By Walter Goldstein...............................................10

Kohlrabi
    By Joel Morrow.....................................................23

A Few Long Furrows
A Few Beautiful Photos
     By Eric Nordell.....................................................25

Shining Stars: Profiles of Biodynamic Farms and Gardens
Kimberton Community Supported Agriculture:
This Farm Cooperative Feeds 160 Families
     By Jane Pepper From Green Scene......................26


Departments

From The Executive Director.......................................2

Bio-Dynamic Advisory Committee..............................3

Demeter Association...................................................8

Josephine Porter Institute.............................................9

Calendar...................................................................31

Positions/ Situations...................................................32

 

 

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Biodynamics Journal No. 189

Soil Quality and Financial Performance
of Biodynamic and Conventional Farms in New Zealand
     By John P. Reganold, et al FromScience......................15

Biodynamic Research Circle Uncovers Deliberate
Errors In German Government Study
     By Judith Krischik From Das Goethaneum.....................22

The Moon and Storm Cycles
     By Dennis Klocek.........................................................23

Shining Stars: Profiles of Biodynamic Farms and Gardens
Anderson Valley Farm
     By William Thompson From Delicious!.........................26

Departments

From The Executive Director/Letters ..................................2

Bio-Dynamics In The World...............................................4

Josephine Porter Institute....................................................7

Demeter Association..........................................................8

Advisory Committee A Photo Essay.................................11

Calendar..........................................................................29

Positions/ Situations.........................................................30

 

 

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Biodynamics Journal No. 188

Furthering Biodynamics in Russia
     by Trauger Groh..................................................8

Biodynamic Seed Saving
     by Nathan Cormyb...........................................15

A Few Long Furrows on Horsedrawn Tillage
     by Eric Nordell................................................20

Rutabagas
     by Joel Morrow...............................................25

Bio-Dynamic Farming Practice
     Book Review by Dr. Herbert Koepf................28

Departments

From The Executive Director........................... 2

Letters To The Editor.......................................3

Bio-Dynamic Association.................................6

Josephine Porter Institute.................................7

Michael Fields Institute..................................11

Demeter Association.....................................12

Calendar......................................................32

Classifieds....................................................33

 

 

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Biodynamics Journal No. 187

Biodynamics and the Closing of the Gap
     By Andrew Lorand............................................12

Evolution of Cattle on Mid Heaven Farm
     By Dewane Morgan...........................................17

Golden Origins
Introduction of the Golden Delicious.
     By Gary Nottingham..........................................23

Biodynamic Farming in Italy
Photos and Story
     by Anne Mendenhall.........................................25


DEPARTMENTS

EDITOR'S NOTEBOOK......................................1

LETTERS..............................................................3

BD NEWS............................................................7

MICHAEL FIELDS..............................................9

BD Preps
Josephine Porter Institute......................................11

JOEL MORROW
Leeks..................................................................27

CALENDAR
Biodynamic Happenings......................................29

CLASSIFIEDS..................................................30
Apprenticeships, Farms for Sale/ Lease

 

 

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Biodynamics Journal No. 186

Brussel Sprouts
     By Joel Morrow ....................................................13

Sustainable Cut Flower Production
     By Paul Sansone and Susan Vosburg.....................24

Earthly Comet
Horsetail as source of cosmic energy
in Biodynamic preparations.
     By Anna Bond......................................................24

Nutrition
Compass of life forces.
     By Barbara Kaiser................................................29


DEPARTMENTS

A NEW LOOK
Editors' Open House...................................................1

LETTERS...................................................................2

OFFERINGS.............................................................5

BD NEWS.................................................................6

BD Preps
Josephine Porter Institute..........................................10

RESEARCH............................................................12

CALENDAR...........................................................32
Biodynamic Happenings

CLASSIFIEDS.......................................................33
Apprenticeships, Farms for Sale/ Lease

 

 

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Biodynamics Journal No. 185

ECOCIDE IN THE USSR
     Review by Joel Morrow
     Illustrated by Famke Zormeveld .......................................2

IN THE HANDS OF WILLEM KIPS
     Richard M. Ketchum .....................................................19

THE HIBERNIAN MYSTERIES AS
THE FOUNDATION OF BIODYNAMICS
     L. A. Rotheraine ...........................................................32

TESTING THE LUNAR CALENDAR
     Nick Kollerstrom ..........................................................44

TOMATO
     Joel Morrow ...............................................................49

THE ONION RIDS ONE OF PAINS
     Y. Laptyev
     Translated by Norman Precoda ..................................63

 

 

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Biodynamics Journal No. 184

EDITORIAL...........................................................................2

BIRDS IN THE FARM ECOSYSTEM
     Barbara Booth
     Drawings by Famke Zonneveld..........................................6

PODOLINSKY'S ACTIVE PERCEPTION
     Joel Morrow ...................................................................34

THE VIEW FROM WOOLWINE
     Nick Franceschelli .........................................................45

THOUGHTS ON THE OAK BARK PREPARATION
     Joel Morrow
     Drawing by Famke Zonneveld .........................................50

A LETTER ON DOWSING
     Dennis Klocek ...............................................................57

AN INTERPRETATION OF GOTH'S EXPERIENCE
     Harvey Lisle ...................................................................60

EPIDEMIC OF STRESS
     I. Brekhman
     Translated by Norman Precoda .....................................62

 

 

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Biodynamics Journal No. 183

CAN GLOBAL SOIL EROSION BE REVERSED?
     Barbara Bootli......................................................................2

ROCK HILL BAKEHOUSE
     Text and Photos by Joel Morrow........................................16

LA ROSE ET LA PASSIFLORE
     Dominique Guillet................................................................28

THE FOURTH ANNUAL BIODYNAMIC CONFERENCE
     Nicholas Franceschelli.........................................................30

JERUSALEM ARTICHOKE
     Joel Morrow.......................................................................36

A FIELD ADVISOR'S NOTES
ON JERUSALEM ARTICHOKE
     Michael Jost........................................................................41

FROM THE BIODYNAMIC ADVISORY FILES:
NIEWENDORP FARM
     Michael Jost.......................................................................42

BIODYNAMIC ROTATIONS FOR
DRY/HUMID LIGHT SOILS
     Michael Jost.......................................................................53

PLANTS ASSIST GEOLOGISTS
     A. Galin
     Translated from tfie Russian byNorman Precoda................59

 

 

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Biodynamics Journal No. 182

BEYOND THE SECOND PHASE
OF SUSTAINABLE AGRICULTURE
     Frederick Kirschenmann........................................................2

AESCULUS, ANTLERS AND A SENSE
FOR THE FORCES THAT FORMED US
     Text and Photos by Joel Morrow .......................................18

BIODYNAMIC AGRICULTURE IN THE PHILIPPINES
A Report to Supporters of Ikapati. Farm
     Nicanor Perlas ...................................................................37

SWISS CHARD
     Joel Morrow ......................................................................53

COMMENTS ON AN AUSTRALIAN DOWSER
     Harvey Lisle ......................................................................58

BIODYNAMIC AGRICULTURE:
A SERVICE TO THE EARTH?
     A Letter from Dennis Dietzel................................................60

NETTLE COMPONENTS AND
THEIR USE IN MEDICINE
     Edward Alstat.....................................................................62

A NEW CSA SEEKS AN
EXPERIENCED BIODYNAMIC GROWER
     Deonne Oivis......................................................................63

 

 

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Biodynamics Journal No. 181

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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Biodynamics Journal No. 180

STINGING NETTLE
Signature of the World Circulation
     Joel Morrow
     Drawings by Famke Zonneveld......................................2

TOWARDS THE BIODYNAMIC HIVE
     Text and Drawings by Geoffrey Burt............................18

GUIDED FERMENTATION OF VEGETABLES
     Louise Frazier
     Drawings by Famke Zonneveld....................................31

THE ATMOSPHERIC TREE
     Text and Drawings by Dermis Klocek..........................44

THE "PROPER" PLACEMENT OF THE
BIODYNAMIC PREPARATIONS
IN THE COMPOST PILE, PART I
     Hugh Courtney............................................................57

 

 

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Biodynamics Journal No. 179

A ST. JOHN'S FIRE
The Forms of Nature Flame Out as Visible Speech
     Photography by Carol Duke
     Text by Joel Morrow ....................................................2

UNCOMMON SPRINGS
A Few Examples Experienced by a Mobile American
     Mary Lee Plumb-Mentjes
     Drawings by Famke Zonneveld..................................16

CLAY AND DEEP ECOLOGY
The Renewal of Art Through Agriculture
     M.C. Richards
     Drawings by Famke Zonneveld...................................23

PARSNIP -
A MODERN LOOK AT AN ANCIENT PROFILE
     Joel Morrow..............................................................28

THE AGRICULTURE COURSE
AT HAWTHORNE VALLEY FARM
     Nancy Jones...............................................................37

A VIRGINIA HOMESTEAD
     Candy and Duke Coffin..............................................42

CONTROL AND MANAGEMENT
OF WILDLIFE CROP PESTS
     Joe Tooker
     Drawings by Famke Zonneveld..................................45

 

 

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Biodynamics Journal No. 178

Water —Sense Organ for the Life of the Earth
     Jennifer Greene........................................................2

Meetings with Dorothea von Jeetze
     Joel Morrow..........................................................20

Understanding the Calcium Process in Agriculture
     Walter Goldstein....................................................30

On-Going Projects at
Michael Fields Agriculture Institute
     Walter Goldstein....................................................39

Peas—A Cover Crop from Prehistoric Times
     Joel Morrow.........................................................55

 

 

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Biodynamics Journal No. 177

The World in Your Salad —Cookstown Greens
     David Cohlmeyer
     Illustrated by Thomas Dannenberg............................2

Oriental Brassicas
     Joel Morrow
     Drawings by Farnke Zonneveld..............................16

Some Helpful Ideas on the Use and Storage
of the biodynamic preparations
     Peter Proctor
     Illustrated by Welesly Binding.................................26

Toward a Phenomenology of the Etheric World
Review of a Book of Essays
edited by Jochen Bochemuhl
     Joel Morrow
     Drawings by Famke Zonneveld.............................42

Mad Cow Disease.....................................................55

A Special Morning
     Lincoln Geiger......................................................59

Some Thoughts While Visiting Biodynamic Farms
     Anne Mendenhall..................................................61

 

 

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Biodynamics Journal No. 176

Silica —Substance and Process
     Dennis Klocek
     Drawings by Famke Zonneveld................................3

Brookfield Farm
     Text and Photos by Joel Morrow...........................16

Socioeconomic Observations of a Farmer
     Christoph Meier....................................................27

Beekeeping—Ancient Art and Modern Crisis
     Gunther Hauk ......................................................30

The Temple-Wilton Community Farm
Excerpts from their Newsletter, 1986 to 1990........... 37

Alternative Development in Bread Baking
     Conrad Rehbach ................................................54

Notes from the Midwinter Conference in Dornach
     James Barausky...................................................60

 

 

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