Biodynamic farming and gardening looks at the soil and the farm as living organisms, and aims to maintain and further the soil life in order to preserve the soil for generations. Soil improvement is accomplished by humus application, where humus is a mixture of organic manure and compost in the best possible state of fermentation. Other biodynamic methods for crop growth include crop rotation, wind protection and other protective methods, diversified crops, and mixed cropping–so that plants can aid and support each other.
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