Biodynamic Farming

An Agriculture Movement

Biodynamic Farming

An Agriculture Movement

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What is Biodynamic Farming?

We asked Weleda gardeners from all around the world to tell us about biodynamic farming.

What is Biodynamic Farming?

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A product is more than the sum of its parts. Our actions are based on benefitting people and nature.
Weleda

Our garden, nature's rhythms

Just like trees, we too have cycles. Winter is our time to rest and reflect, while the spring and summer months bring us bursts of new energy.

We can find nature outside us only if we have first learnt to know her within us.
Rudolf Steiner WELEDA FOUNDER

Managing a seed-to-seed garden

Discover how by implementing biodynamic farming practices, the Netherlands Weleda garden has become a fully self sufficient garden.

Seed to seed economy in the NL garden

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Biodynamic Preparations

If you want to embrace a little bit of biodynamic principles in your own garden, there are some easy ways in. One of them is using horn manure.

Biodynamic Preparations

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For a healthy, resilient garden consider everything - from the soil to the stars and planets.
Claire Hattersley Garden Development Manager, Weleda UK
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  • Start with dead leaves, grass cuttings and garden trimmings.

  • Add fruit/veg scraps, ground coffee, eggshells and tea bags.

  • Include non-glossy paper like shredded bills or cardboard.

  • Compost will attract insects and in turn, frogs or birds.

  • These eat plant-eating pests like aphids, slugs, and snails.

  • Careful! Don’t put meat, bones, or cheese into your compost.

  • Your compost will give you planet-friendly, tasty crops.

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The Lavender Project: Switching to Biodynamic

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We've taken so much from the earth. We need to give back to the soil and our environment. The blueprint for our future has biodynamics at the heart.
Stuart Greenaway Head Gardener, UK Garden
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