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Biodynamic agriculture understands the soil as a living organism. This is a type of organic farming that takes into account the material and spiritual context of food production and works with both terrestrial and cosmic influences.
The influence of planetary rhythms on the growth of plants and animals, in terms of the maturing power of light and heat, is managed by programming the cultivation times with an astronomical calendar.
Biodynamic farmers conceive the farm as an organic entity that contains interdependent organisms. Emphasis is placed on the integration of crops and livestock, nutrient recycling, soil maintenance, and the health and well-being of crops and animals.