Space Station Research reveals Moon’s influence21st May 2019
Chanel No.5’s secret – Biodynamic Roses!17th June 2019
Bonterra Organic Vineyards in the USA has completed a landmark soil study highlighting the benefits of Biodynamic farming for soil health. The research conducted by Pacific Agroecology, analyzed all of the roughly 1,000 acres of Bonterra’s vineyards, with results showing that the Biodynamic sites hold the most soil organic carbon (SOC) at 12.8%, with the plain organic sites holding 9.4%, and both of course superior in storing carbon to conventional farming.
The soil study is the first research step in championing regenerative agriculture as an important element in the global effort to address climate change and to promote the importance of Biodynamic soil-carbon stewardship.