Biodynamic Gardening

Category: Book
By (author): Dk, Publishing
Subject:  GARDENING / General
  GARDENING / Organic
Publisher: DK
Published: April 2015
Format: Book-paperback
Pages: 256
Size: 7.50in x 9.00in x 0.75in
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From The Publisher*Whether you're just getting started in biodynamic gardening, or you're an experienced biodynamic farmer wanting to learn more, Biodynamic Gardening is the right resource for learning more about the biodynamic method of organic gardening. This clear, practical guide gives you tried-and-true advice on biodynamic gardening and tips on this ultra-green, organic gardening method. Full-color photographs and easy-to-understand charts and graphs are helpful tools in organizing information in a way anyone can understand and use in biodynamic gardening.

Biodynamic gardening makes use of natural cycles and mindful planting to take organic gardening to the next level, and Biodynamic Gardening covers everything. Topics include soil preparations, lunar charts, composting, cycles of rest, rich and healthy soil, organically controlling pests, ripening plants, and more. Grow delicious vegetables and healthy food, or grow beautiful blooms and flowers with the information you'll find in Biodynamic Gardening.

From The Publisher*This introduction to biodynamic gardening is the perfect resource for gardeners looking for a visual guide to the ultimate form of organic gardening. By using all-natural methods that harness the rhythms of nature, such as mutually beneficial companion plants that work in harmony with the ecosystem and succession planting, biodynamic gardening is a self-sufficient, ethical approach to achieving luscious fruit and vegetables, making it possible to grow a lot of food in very little space.

  • Features over 1500 full-colour images
  • Includes information on organic weed and pest control
Review Quote*

"Award-winning wine writer Monty Waldin brings his experience developing biodynamic vineyards in Europe and North America to this rich reference." - Library Journal