The harmful effects on human health and soil health of intensive agriculture sustained largely through the use of agrochemicals, havelong been known.
It is therefore no surprise that there is growing demand for productsand foodstuffs produced by an agriculture where the laws of Nature are respected (Organic Farming) and increasingly from an agriculture where the soil, the animal, the plant and the farmer are part of the same dynamic (Biodynamic Agriculture).
Thus, we talk about food production without chemical residues, soil fertilisation with organic compounds, about the non-contamination of groundwater, farms and vegetable gardens. We talk about local biodiversity, food production adapted to the climate, to the seasons, to the type of soil and moon movements. We explain the best times to sow, plant and harvest.
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