Welcome to the biodynamic research portal! Here you can filter, sort, and search a collection of biodynamic research reference citations from around the world. They include long-term biodynamic research trial results, journal articles, books, conference proceedings, reports from innovative organizations, and more. Both peer-reviewed and non-peer-reviewed documents are included. Links are given for the full text where publically available.  (Please note that we don't have access to the text of all articles. In some cases a link is provided to the relevant academic journal's website).

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More references can be found by searching Organic EPrints, Biodynamic-Research.netGoogle Scholar and other websites. References from the earlier literature can be found in the Literature Cited section of Spiritual Foundations for the Renewal of Agriculture (Creeger-Gardner translation 1993).

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Full Citation Keywords
bio-organic; biodynamic; conventional; DOK; quality; soil; yield
alternative; biodynamic; efficacy; herbs; manure; materials
dehorning; ruminant physiology; lipodo; memetabolome; cold stress
Barnes, H. (1991). Rudolf Steiner on the Urgent Need for Research Arising from Anthroposophy. Newsletter of the Anthroposophical Society in America. . Retrieved from http://www.threefold.org/research/index.aspx
Baumgartner, S. M., Shah, D., Heusser, P., & Thurneysen, A.. (2000). Homeopathic dilutions: is there a potential for application in organic plant production?. IFOAM 2000 – The World Grows Organic. Proceedings 13th IFOAM Scientific Conference. Zurich: vdf Hochschulverlag: T. Alfӧldli, W. Lockeretz and U. Niggli, Eds. Retrieved from http://www.hiscia.ch/uploads/media/Baumgartner2000.pdf
detoxification; homeopathic; plant pathology; potencies
Bloksma, J., Northolt, M., Huber, M., van der Burgt, G. - J., & van de Vijver, L.. (2007). A new quality concept based on life processes. In Handbook of Organic Food Safety and Quality. Driebergen, the Netherlands: Louis Bolk Institute. Retrieved from http://www.louisbolk.org/downloads/1910.pdf
Bloksma, J., & Huber, M.. (2002). Life processes in crops – on growth & differentiation. Louis Bolk Institute and FQH (International Research Association for Organic Food Quality and Health). Retrieved from http://www.louisbolk.org/downloads/1409.pdf
apples; carrots; differentiation; growth; quality; wheat
Brinton, W. (1986). Investigations Concerning Preparation 500. Biodynamics, (157), 44-52.
Busscher, N., Kahl, J., & Ploeger, A.. (2011). The bio-crystallization method as a new indicator for organic food-quality. In First International Conference on Organic Food Quality and Health Research. Prague, Czech Republic: Institute of Chemical Technology, Prague. Retrieved from http://www.fqh2011.org/book-abstracts.html?L=0
bio-crystallization; pattern; picture forming methods; self organization
biodynamic farming; biological farming; compost; organic farming
Coderey, P. (2009). Sensitive Crystallizations. Biodynamics, (270), 36-37.
picture forming methods; sensitive crystallization
biocrystallization; food quality; organic food