The Biodynamic Sowing and Planting Calendar 2011

The Biodynamic Sowing and Planting Calendar 2011 : 2011

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The original biodynamic sowing and planting calendar, now in its 49th year. This useful guide shows the optimum days for sowing, pruning and harvesting various plants and crops, as well as working with bees. It is presented in colour with clear symbols and explanations. The calendar includes a pullout wallchart which can be pinned up in a barn, shed or greenhouse as a handy quick reference.

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  • Paperback | 64 pages
  • 146 x 204 x 12mm | 117.93g
  • EdinburghUnited Kingdom
  • English
  • colour photos, pullout wallchart
  • 0863157556
  • 9780863157554
  • 109,904

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'This annual publication is the book for those who want to farm and garden biodynamically. There are useful notes for new readers and a number of special features, including this time the care of bees with monthly notes for beekeepers, how to work with biodynamic preparations, a recipe for rye bread and answers to questions from readers concerning potato and tomato culture.' -- David Lorimer, Scientific and Medical Network Review 'This little paperback is essential for all organic gardeners. It is the original annual biodynamic planting guide. Incredibly condensed amounts of information are available [here] ... Illustrated throughout with some lovely photos and clear diagrams.' -- Ysanne Spevack, 'This little paperback calendar is the original of its kind and essential for all organic gardeners. An established following ensures good sales of this useful guide, which has a special feature on the care of bees.' -- Veronica Leek, The Bookseller Buyers' Guide

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About Maria Thun

Maria Thun and her son, Matthias, base this calendar on almost fifty years of biodynamic research and experience at their farm in Germany.

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