biodynamic

Type: Term Pronunciation: bī′ō-dī-nam′ik Definitions: 1. Relating to biodynamics.
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biodynamic

Relating to biodynamics. ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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Biodynamic

• (a.) Alt. of Biodynamical
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biodynamic

biodynamics, biodynamic, biodynamical 1. That part of biological science that deals with vital force, or of the action of living organisms. 2. The science dealing with the force or energy of living matter. 3. The study of how energy, motion, and other forces affect living things. 4. The scientific study of the nature and determinants of all orga...
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biodynamic

An extension of organic viticulture, taking into account the effect of the moon and planets on the health of the vines. Based on the principles of Austrian philosopher Rudolf Steiner. Read more about biodynamics in my profile of one of it's most ardent exponents Nicolas Joly at Clos de la Coulée de Serrant.
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biodynamic

A style of organic viticulture following the methods of Rudolf Steiner. The treatments of the wines are timed to match astronomical cycles. Most chemical or synthetic sprays and fertilizers are not used, and sulfur dioxide is used at a minimum.
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Biodynamic

Made popular by Austrian philosopher Rudolf Steiner, biodynamic farming combines organic methods, including crop rotation and composting with special plant, animal, and mineral preparations and the rhythmic influences of the sun, moon, planets, and stars.
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