Expert Tom Petherick explores the benefits of Biodynamic certification, highlighting some of the practical considerations including, the ‘preps’ and ‘sprays’.
There is something properly satisfying about working land that is certified organic, and in my case biodynamic too. It is not just the stamp of approval and the level of authenticity that comes with it, there is more to it than that. It has to do with being part of a network of people who really believe that being organic and even biodynamic matters.
I am the author of a blog/authority site called tomdigsthis, from where I run courses that I teach on my farm and online courses about how to grow, garden, farm, forage, connect with the land and work with biodynamics. I am also an organic and biodynamic farm inspector.
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