The Biodynamic Farm by Herbert H. Koepf
Bankrupt farmers, erosion of topsoil, and poor food quality owing to pesticides, hormones, and other additives—these are the well-known realities of the modern crisis in farming. This problem is the outcome of the limited vision of conventional methods and a system that focuses exclusively on quick results and profits. The need for changes is clear, and Koepf provides a vast array of research data and results, as well as many helpful details on animal feeding, crop rotation, diseases, pests, and fertilizing. He shows that the biodynamic method of farming and gardening is the alternative that can turn farming around.