Biodynamic Sprays

Herbert H. Koepf

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Biodynamic sprays support the organization of growing plants, and this booklet is a practical guide to their preparation and application.

212 x 142 mm
Biodynamic Association
Biodynamics & Organics
16 pages
Publication date:
01 Jan 1971


Biodynamic soil and crop management means more than simply replacing nutrient elements or increasing their supply. Instead, biodynamic sprays support the organization of growing plants. This booklet is a practical guide to their preparation and application. Dr Koepf covers all the major aspects of the preparation process, from selecting the right sort of water to storage methods. He then goes on to cover the amount and mode of application, and gives examples of the sorts of results that can be expected from the use of these sprays.


Herbert Hans Koepf (1914-2007) was a hands-on farmer in Germany who went on to receive a PhD in agriculture, specialising in soil science. In 1962, after the death of Ehrenfried Pfeiffer with whom Koepf had worked closely, he became director of Pfeiffer's biodynamic research laboratory in Spring Valley, New York. Then in 1970 he moved to Emerson College in the UK, running the biodynamic agriculture course every year until 1990. He was also head of the Agriculture Department at the Goetheanum in Switzerland.


We're sorry this book is no longer available. However, it has been republished in another book: Koepf's Practical Biodynamics along with other key writings by Herbert Koepf.

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