The biodynamic plant breeding impulse: the example of grass and grain development
With the involvement of the participants, we want to raise awareness of the personalities who have worked on crop development in grasses and grains since 1924 and the approaches they have pursued. What was the individual approach and what were the objectives? How were the impulses followed up and how have they changed? How are the expected needs of humans, but also the expectations for the development of plants, to be considered? To which new approaches and methods do the encounters with the essential and the underlying image of being human lead?
3 February, 10:45-12:15
4 February, 10:45-12:15
Rudolf Steiner Halde Atelier
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