But is biodynamic better than organic?
7 Feb 2006 by JR
22 feb: See also Traveller's tales and BD David Schildknecht, OH: The critical question is whether one’s vines, wines and environment are better off under a biodynamic regimen than they would be under a regimen of organic viticulture alone. In light of the scientific improbability of much of what Rudolf Steiner (who had little scientific training or agricultural experience) wrote, I must say I am highly sceptical. For some genuine insights into this question, readers should look out for an article by Jesus Barquin and Douglass Smith that will appear in an upcoming issue of The World of...

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