By R. BOERINGA (Eds.)
Replacement agriculture and guy; historical past, realisation and association of the file; the level of other agriculture; review of the categorical ideologies on wich the choice tools of agriculture are dependent; Cultivation equipment; Animal husbrandry; illnesses, pests and weeds; Kilogram yields; the standard of goods cultivated by way of replacement tools; harm to the surroundings as a effects of alternative and conservational agricultural equipment; evaluate; Conclusiones and recommendatios for reasearch; Cultivation methods. Read more...
summary: substitute agriculture and guy; historical past, realisation and association of the document; the level of other agriculture; evaluation of the explicit ideologies on wich the choice equipment of agriculture are dependent; Cultivation equipment; Animal husbrandry; illnesses, pests and weeds; Kilogram yields; the standard of goods cultivated by means of substitute tools; harm to the surroundings as a results of different and conservational agricultural equipment; review; Conclusiones and recommendatios for reasearch; Cultivation equipment
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Rather than a "return to nature" it might be better characterised as "onward with nature". 3. It is just as necessary to obtain a clear and exact insight into the human being so as to understand the world, as it is to study the world so as to be able to understand man. The many questions which have undoubtedly arisen during a reading of the above 40 description of biodynamic agriculture will often be the same as those which the practical farmer and market gardener is continually busy within his work.
They are prepared from indigenous plants in such a way that the specific action of these plants is reinforced. Manure and vegetable wastes are mostly separated before composting and placed in piles in horizontal layers - with layers of humus-rich earth in between. Minimal quantities of the prepared plant substances (2-3 g per 10 tons) are applied to the piles. If composting does not take place by means of piling up organic matter but by means of spreading and shallowly working it into the soil (so-called surface-composting), then the preparations ought to be given during this treatment.
Therefore, the fertilisation recommendations for potatoes by ANOG agriculture are determined at this level: 70-80 Kg N/ha (988). 2 Inner quality ) . It also means that the criterion "only slightly toxic to man and ecologically safe" (in which the emphasis is on being non-toxic to worms), which is applied in ANOG agriculture to the choice of chemical pesticides, implies that various compounds are administered in orchards with so broad a spectrum of activity that the natural biological control mechanisms are strongly obstructed.