Organic production in the world

Organic production in the world

The development of the organic movement in the world: In 1924 Rudolf Steiner gave the first “course” in organic production in Kobierzyce, Poland. In Germany, he published the book Spiritual Foundations for the Renewal of Agriculture, published in 1924,...
Visit to organic farm in v. Palikura

Visit to organic farm in v. Palikura

Uncle Dragi is what the term “farmer” represents. A man who struggles with his own hands and labor to survive in a country where novelties are viewed with caution and suspicion, and the conventional is the norm, both in life and in agriculture. To work organically at...
What wild herbs can you eat from the garden?

What wild herbs can you eat from the garden?

The period from spring to autumn is a wonderful opportunity to enjoy the garden, the sun and the mild hint of winter. In different seasons, nature brings us different wild herbs that are suitable for human consumption – and little is known about them.Before you...
Organic farming, regulation and sustainability

Organic farming, regulation and sustainability

There are studies that show that it’s not just large, modern farms that use heavy machinery and synthetic chemicals that can be extremely unsustainable. There are cases (in Greece, Lebanon, Crete, North Africa) of organic farmers being destroyed due to low...
Organic farming

Organic farming

There are many definitions of organic farming. Schofield (1986) points out that the concept of “completeness” in organic farming presupposes “systemic connection” and coordination of parts as a whole. Nortborn (1940), the man who was credited...