Ehrenfried Pfeiffer's Round Filter Chromatography offers a fresh and engaging possibility for farmers and gardeners to learn more about the biological processes taking place in their compost piles and fields. In this workshop we'll explore how Goethean science and Pfeiffer's chromatography offer a new perspective and approach for qualitative research in agriculture. We'll observe in an interactive and practical way different original chromatograms of soils and compost. We'll also consider the following questions: What are the potential uses for this method? Could it be seen as an empowering tool for farmers and consumers? If so, in which way? And, ultimately, could we begin to see it as an inner path for the schooling of imagination?