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bi·o·dy·nam·ic

(bī'ō-dī-nam'ik),
Relating to biodynamics.
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The business stocks around 3,000 wines, a significant portion of which are organic and biodynamic. I recently spoke with Lorena Ascencios, wine buyer at Astor Wines & Spirits, about this focus of the store
Organic and biodynamic viticulture prohibit the use of any synthetic nutrients or pesticides, and both require soil building through addition of organic matter, using practices like cover cropping and compost additions.
All the requirements for achieving Certified Organic status are also required for the Demeter Certified Biodynamic designation.
"Our biodynamic conversion of Clos Marey-Monge in 2017 marks our commitment to the long-term health of this historic vineyard," said Winemaker Emmanuel Sala.
The First Flush Darjeeling flavour becomes the only Demeter-Certified Biodynamic readyto-drink tea available across the US.
Biodynamic farming was developed in 1924 by Rudolph Steiner--philosopher, esotericist, and founder of Waldorf education.
What's special about these flakes is the fact that the wheat used for their production is grown on a biodynamic farm, 40% of which is actually a wildlife habitat.
Pride of place goes to the bags of the ranch's biodynamic compost, displayed in wagons out front and aptly dubbed Super(ior) Soil.
To prevent the occurrence of white-fingers syndrome and help interpret the observed phenomena in epidemiological and physiological studies, the complex biodynamic responses of the fingers are measured and modeled [3, 4].
This stylish organic and biodynamic Verdicchio is from the east coast of central Italy.
Humus creation is one of the desired effects - possibly the most important one - of biodynamic agriculture, which seeks to achieve optimum soil fertility through exclusively natural methods with the aim of growing superior, flavorful and nutritious produce without any chemical input.

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