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soil microbial activation is the key to maintaining crop yeild with the lowest input energy cost and the highest quality output. The key being the activity of the soil food web which can be monitored now and increased with modern biodynamic perperations developed by Robert Faust for the BioAg Corporation

February 17th 2006 - A better way of farming, gardening and lawn care proven effective at half the price or how to survive an uncertain future by soil building. Dr.R.Faust

a 21 year long study by the Swiss government organic research organization has determined with swiss precision that The best farm results came from Biodynamic methods followed by bio-organic methods.

“A study published in June 2003 in Science magazine, "Soil Fertility and
Biodiversity in Organic Farming" conducted by researchers Paul Madera,
Andreas Fliebach,, David Dubois, Lucie Gunst, Padruot Fried, Urs Niggli
exemplifies through controlled conditions the reasons organic farming
research should receive far more funding than is currently appropriated.”

high yeilds were correlated with high microbial counts

Cost to farmers were half the conventional chemical program and in the organic program the yield was reduced by 20% over the chemicals but the reduced cost more than made up for it. Saving the environment and ground water and reducing peoples exposure to pesticides is another factor had to put a price tag on.

“The study, published in today's issue of Science, reported that organic
farming methods used 50 percent less energy, 97 percent less pesticides
and up to 51 percent less fertilizer than conventional methods.

After two decades of cultivation, the soil in the study's test plots was
still rich in nutrients, resistant to erosion and readily water absorbent.”
suppressed information in America where the petrochemical toxic genetic chemical industry rules what farmers do and influence the direction of research, for the corporations not for the farmers who are merely a “market” for our agricultural system to survive we need to change that and the Swiss and others are trying.

what is biodynamic farming and gardening? A way of increasing microbial balance (decay systems) and numbers. building up the soil food web and allowing it to di it’s job.

using biodynamic preparation stimulants of all cellular life developed by Dr. streiner in the 1920’s and now the concept improved on with more understand of the science behind it.

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insect and pest resistance and more nutrients in the food fulvic acids.

“insect and disease resistance observed in all cases and increase earthworm activity improving soil structure and drainage
“More microbes are known to improve soil structure, and Mader's team
found another benefit: higher yields in organic plots with maximum
microbes. Soils appeared to be healthier in organic plots, with 40% more
roots colonized by fungi that assist with plant nutrition. Earthworms
were up to three times more abundant, and there were twice as many
spiders and other pest-eating arthropods. Madera thinks that these
environmental benefits and higher energy efficiency (the energy to
produce a crop dry matter unit
was 20 to 56% lower than in conventional and correspondingly 36 to 53%
lower per unit of land area) help justify the existing government
subsidies for organic farmers in Europe: "I think our research could
stimulate governments to encourage this by showing long-term benefit”

understanding the biodynamic approach and the new quantum ag. approach

how you can use the biodynamic preparation called humisolve to build your soil fast

seed treating, soil applications and foliar applications used.
Biodynamics are a new way of thinking and require a different level of understanding , there is a a connection with the soil a deep spiritual connection and many cycles involved.
it requires a respect for nature and a desire to understand the intricate workings and follower the plans of the creator in managing our MOST precious resource on earth. The one that allows freedom and independence, all Wealth comes from the SOIL

HOW YOU CAN Implement biofarming in your farm, garden or lawn.

better tillage methods recommended, the end of the mold board plow and surface and minimum tillage along with initital deep ripping need.

soil reclamation with silicates, rock dust, remineralization and activation.
keep raw manure and organic matter to the minimum, we need HUMUS not just Organic matter.
Investing in your own infrastructure and food independence, start now to learn how to do it , it may save your life. diversity and permaculture methods, ancient methods hold the key to survival in the future, learn how the native american farmed in your area, look for adapted crops that you can count on not new exotic and touchy crops. You may have to get used to a different diet to survive. Root crops are important as our hardly perennial and tree crops. WHERE TO GET HELP!! Start now the time is short. MY info , 1-808-328-2083 . in Colorado ALPHA NATURAL, John Buerger 970-984-2467
Indiana and the Midwest, Elvin Nuest 1-219-310-4102.

Fri, May. 31, 2002 THE FULL ARTICLE

Two-decade study backs organic farms
By Emily Green

A 21-year Swiss study of organic and conventional farming systems is
providing new evidence that large-scale organic farming is economically
viable and environmentally sustainable over the long haul, although crop
yields still fall short of conventional methods.

The study, published in today's issue of Science, reported that organic
farming methods used 50 percent less energy, 97 percent less pesticides
and up to 51 percent less fertilizer than conventional methods.

After two decades of cultivation, the soil in the study's test plots was
still rich in nutrients, resistant to erosion and readily water absorbent.

Overall organic crop yields averaged about 20 percent less than
conventional crops, although the differences covered a wide range.
Potato yields, for example, were 58 percent to 66 percent of those
produced by conventional means.

Wheat production reached 90 percent of a conventional harvest.

Since 1981, only a handful of major scientific studies have compared the
two farming systems. The Swiss study is the longest running project
conducted to date.

John Reganold, a soil scientist at Washington State University at
Pullman and a leading investigator of organic methods, applauded the
Swiss group's tenacity and praised the breadth of their study.

"To run a study for 21 years, to measure yields, look at soil, look at
weeds, look at insects, it takes a lot of scientists," he said.

However, Alex Avery, director of global food issues for the Hudson
Institute, an industry-funded think tank based in Indianapolis, said the
Swiss report only validates what was already known about a niche form of
agriculture, and that the experiment ignores the latest conventional
farming techniques.

"Organic farmers are wonderful people, but I think they way oversell
their product and their process," he said.

The study, co-sponsored by the Swiss government, began in 1978 as a bid
to bring scientific methodology to what had been a largely philosophical
argument over which type of agriculture was more sustainable.

Conventional farming, the type practiced most widely around the world
since World War II, relies on synthetic fertilizers and pesticides,
mainly derived from fossil fuels.

By contrast, organic farming, which has been popularized by
environmentalists, relies on fertilizers derived from composted animal
manure and crop rotation with nitrogen-fixing cover crops such as clover.

When the study began, "it was a time of skepticism," said agronomist
Andreas Fliessbach, one of six authors on the study. "It was a time when
nobody really believed broad-scale organic farming would be feasible."

To measure the benefits and drawbacks of each system, the researchers
set up 96 small plots on a site near Basel, Switzerland, where they grew
wheat and potatoes on a seven-year crop rotation cycle.

After three cycles, Fliessbach said that the advantages conferred by the
organic system could be divided into "below ground benefits" and "above
ground benefits."

Below-ground benefits included a rich diversity of microorganisms, which
in turn led to better soil structure, more efficient plant growth and
superior water absorbency.

Higher counts of beneficial insects such as earthworms contributed to
soil fertility and reduced fertilizer requirements by half.

Above ground, organic farming proved resistant to the classical scourges
of farming: drought and erosion. It also eliminated the problems of
pesticide and nitrogen fertilizer pollution.

The study is the second comparison between organic and conventional
systems to be published in a leading science journal in the last two years.

In April 2001, Washington State's Reganold published a six-year study in
Nature, which concluded that organic apple farming was not only better
for the soil and the environment than its conventional counterpart, but
had comparable yields, higher profits and greater energy efficiency.

Reading the Swiss study, Reganold was struck by what he called the
"differentials." "Organic wheat yields were about 90 percent of
conventional. That's incredible," he said.

"To get that kind of a yield with half the fertilizer is pretty impressive."


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phenomena are IMPOSSIBLE." -William James

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