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Learn the language of the soil

Learn the language of the soil

The Biodynamic Association of India helps thousands of new people understand the basics of BD agriculture through its trainings. Our aim here is to promote health and vitality and deepen our collective connection to the cosmos through the practice of Biodynamics.

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Biodyne- Our newsletter

Biodyne- Our newsletter

Biodynamic Association of India publishes a quarterly newsletter called “Biodyne”. Read all the previous issues here and subscribe to know more about Biodynamic Farms and trainings in India, and inspiring stories of people living the Biodynamic life!

Upcoming Events

  • Basic Course on Biodynamic Agriculture organized by BDAI & Kurinji Farms

    Sacred Heart College, Shenbaganur, Kodaikanal, Tamil Nadu - 624104

    23rd - 29th September 2018

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  • Advanced Course on BD Prep Making organized by BDAI & Kurinji Farms

    Sacred Heart College, Shenbaganur, Kodaikanal, Tamil Nadu - 624104

    30th Sep. 2018 - 04th Oct. 2018

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  • Dynamics in Agriculture and Nutrition

    Kolkata

    9th Dec. 2018 - 16th Dec. 2018

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  • Basic Course on Biodynamic Farming

    Bhaikaka Krishi Kendra, District Anand, Gujarat

    12th Dec. 2018 - 16th Dec. 2018

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  • Advance Course on Biodynamic Farming and Vegetable Production

    Bhaikaka Krishi Kendra, District Anand, Gujarat

    17th Dec. 2018 - 20th Dec. 2018

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Biodynamic Farming holds the key

Biodynamic Farming holds the key

Biodynamic Agriculture means working with energies that create and maintain life, where the energies are systematically harnessed to enhance crop production and maintain soil health.

Can biodynamic farming solve India’s agricultural woes?

Can biodynamic farming solve India’s agricultural woes?

Biodynamic Agriculture represents an alternative to overuse of pesticides, which revives and revitalises the health of the soil.

Some Indian farmers are turning moon-gazers

Some Indian farmers are turning moon-gazers

A growing number of cultivators are opting for biodynamic agriculture for better quality of food grains, giving the farms a zodiac twist.

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