About

Started in the 1920s, Rudolf Steiner developed this form of agriculture to respond to farmers’ queries about poor crop health, soil degradation and livestock health.

Biodynamic gardening or farming is referred to as a form of food production, agriculture and nutrition based on ethical-spiritual-ecological approaches.

The main focus of biodynamic farming is to improve, restore and maintain harmony within the environment or ecology. It’s aimed at soil healing and fostering the need to replenish balance during a nourishing and healthy crop production.