(Perspectives on Biodynamics - Workshop Series Session 2), Rudolf Steiner College, Fair Oaks CA
With Harald Hoven.
The preparations are Rudolf Steiner’s special contribution to agriculture. Fermented herbs are used in compost to enliven the soil. Fermented cow manure and silica crystal are sprayed on soil and plants to stimulate root growth and aid plant maturation. We will make and apply “horn manure” (BD500), bury compost preparations, dig up “horn silica” (BD501), and learn about the balancing effect of the spray preparations (BD500 and BD501). Pre-register by October 6, 2012.
Individual Session: General $85 in advance $110 at the door, Student/Senior $65 in advance $90 at the door
Entire Series (9 sessions): General $615 in advance $640 at the door, Student/Senior $465 in advance $490 at the door
Entire Series (9 sessions) plus Advanced Intensive: General $955, Student/Senior $720