Biodynamic farming is a system based on the 1920s teachings of Rudolph Steiner, who was asked by his contemporaries to address the shortcoming in food quality from chemical based farming. Biodynamic is the first system that can be considered “organic” and is the root of organic farming.
The system emphasizes a holistic approach to your farm that views it as a self-sustaining organism.
The goal is to build soil health, diversity, and vitality creating a natural defense against pests and diseases for our vines. This is done through the use of the biodynamic preps, composting, livestock, and tilling while following the Biodynamic Planting and Sowing calendar which helps us understand the best times for working on our vines.