Biodynamical

Definitions

  • Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
    • Biodynamical 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.
    • Biodynamical (Biol) Of or pertaining to biodynamics, or the doctrine of vital forces or energy.
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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
    • biodynamical Same as biodynamic.
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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:

He had been involved with biodynamics since 1950, and was referring to the independent nature of Hugh Lovel, Hugh Courtney and me, who all lived in the south.
"To me," said Bos, " biodynamics is the oldest form of organic farming.
The reason we do biodynamics is because it gives us better health, quality and vitality on our farms.
The break dancing was unbelievable, it was biodynamics at it's best.
Low input, organic, or biodynamic .
What is the ideal biodynamic farm.
The ideal biodynamic farm is a unique ecosystem, self-sufficient with respect to the cycle of substances it requires, according to Demeter Association's biodynamic guidelines for growers.
Steve Sealock, winemaker at Pacific Rim Winery, says that biodynamic white wines taste more earthy and tend to be a bit drier than wines from conventionally grown grapes.
Washington's first biodynamic wine was made last year.
The Basics of Biodynamic Farming.
Biodynamic Farming Methods Lead to Bigger Harvests.
The Philosophy Behind Biodynamic Wine.
They farm all 54 acres of the estate using biodynamic principles.
Among the farmers who began applying biodynamic practices to grape growing, the Saahs of Nikolaihof tend one of the legendary Wachau estates.
We decided to road-test these claims, and set up a blind tasting of biodynamic vs conventionally made wines.
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