Biodynamic

Definitions

  • Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
    • Biodynamic of or pertaining to a method of farming that uses only organic fertilizers (rather than chemical fertilizers) and organic materials for improving the soil characteristics.
    • Biodynamic (Biol) Of or pertaining to biodynamics, or the doctrine of vital forces or energy.
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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
    • biodynamic Of or pertaining to the doctrine of vital force or energy; biophysiological.
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Usage

In literature:

Are you interested in biodynamics ... umah ... no, of course not.
"The Common Man" by Guy McCord (AKA Dallas McCord Reynolds)
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In news:

Out of ten pairs of wines, only one of the conventionally made wines was judged superior to its biodynamic counterpart (see table).
It is an ingredient of one of nine biodynamic preparations.
"I came as an apprentice to learn about organic farming, gardening in general more so and it just happened to be a biodynamic farm," Petra says.
As it turns out, these 165-acres hold the oldest continually operated biodynamic farm in the United States.
If you have not done so already, I encourage you to try a glass of biodynamic wine, or a salad made with biodynamic vegetables, a steaming cup of biodynamic tea, a biodynamic skin or body lotion.
Now, as choices go, it's not a matter of biodynamic versus organic, but rather biodynamic and organic.
(FORTUNE Magazine) – In our last issue we reported on biodynamics, a radical viticultural method whose proponents claim it produces superior wines by combining elements of astrology and homeopathy with organic grape growing.
Wine shop by day, den of biodynamic romance by night.
Elemental by D1 hot tub, 'Biodynamics for the Home Garden'.
The biodynamic magic of Love Apple Farm.
Sutra 's wholesome mission extends to beverages, which include wine and beer, the majority local, organic and/or biodynamic, which is how I lured my spouse there.
Photograph by Curtis Cartier take the epicure: Lamb osso buco is paired with biodynamic syrah or sangiovese at Le Cigare Volant Cafe.
Photograph by Traci Hukill Riesling to Live: John Locke cradles a bottle of Nikolaihof Riesling Smaragd, a biodynamic example of Austria's most celebrated wine.
Researchers at Ohio State University's Sports Health and Performance Institute are using a new biodynamics lab to study athletes movements.
He's a believer in biodynamic wine.
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