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Mladen Lazić:


Comparisons of Conventional, Organic, and Biodynamic Methods

W. Goldstein (MFAI), W. Barber (MFAI), L. Carpenter-Boggs
(WSU), D. Dalsoren (UWM), C. Koopmans (Bolk Inst.)


http://michaelfieldsaginst.org/work/education/biodynamics/comparison.pdf

Mladen Lazić:
Soil Quality & Profitability of Biodynamic & Conventional Farming system

John P. Reganold

http://www.sameti.org/ORGANICFARMING/15%20Soil%20Quality%20-%20John%20P.%20Reganold.pdf

Mladen Lazić:
Yield and Root Growth in a Long-Term trial with Biodynamic Preparations
W.A. Goldstein, W. Barber.

Michael Fields Agricultural Institute, P.O. Box 990, East Troy, Wisconsin, 53120; Tel: 001-262-
642-3303; wgoldstein@michaelfieldsaginst.org

Key Words: Biodynamic preparations, root growth, yield balancing effect, long-term experiments

Abstract:
Crop yields and root growth were studied in a 6-year trial comparing conventional, organic, and
biodynamic methods of fertilization.  Intense use of a set of biodynamic preparations, including a nettlecontaining compound preparation, was found to have a balancing effect on the yields of maize and winter
wheat.  This effect may have been caused by greater root growth and improved root health.

http://michaelfieldsaginst.org/work/education/biodynamics/biodynamic_longterm.pdf

Mladen Lazić:
Organic and Biodynamic Management: Effects on Soil Biology
L. Carpenter-Boggs,* A. C. Kennedy, and J. P. Reganold

http://pnw-winderosion.wsu.edu/Docs/Publications/00%20pubs/Boggs-KenBio.pdf

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