Microdynamics IV: Managing Pests & Diseases with Biodynamics

Much of disease management is in disease prevention, which means giving extra attention to the soil where plants grow. Learn about what weeds “say” about your land and how to use them to unlock the health of your garden plants. Acquire the knowledge to counteract excessive lunar forces after a wet winter and see how to create pest “peppers” to impede the reproduction of pests on your land.

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