Biodynamic agriculture is an upgraded form of organic agriculture with an emphasis on soil health and food quality; and as such, utilizes no synthetic pesticides or fertilizers.
A biodynamic farm is essentially characterized by biological diversity and self-sufficiency where livestock and crops are unified, nutrients are reprocessed, and the health of the crops, the soil, and animals, and the farmer too are preserved holistically.
Biodynamic systems exclusively weave together animal, natural plant and mineral resources within environmental restrictions to improve the quality of crop and soil production and bring about ecological balance.
Application of the farm as an ecosystem exclusively feeds into holistic management practices that nuzzle the social, environmental, and economic facets of the farm.
It is an integrated, holistic management of a farm's ecosystem. The practice can be applied on a smaller scale but requires some connection to farms in order to satisfy the requirements necessary for preparations.
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