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  • Title: Agriculture Course: Lecture 1
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    • for the very reason that what is here said will grow out of the soil
    • means to grow mangolds, potatoes and corn! Without this foundation
    • is the beetroot growing in the earth. To take it just for what it is
    • within its narrow limits, is nonsense if in reality its growth
    • spiritual insight, what the old instincts — as they are growing
    • emancipation grows. In human and animal life we find phenomena
    • aspect of the Earth with its plant-growth. (The plant-growth is
    • throughout the “household of Nature,” as we have grown
    • grow thick, even fleshy, as you went downward; the ears would be
    • with the inner forte of reproduction and growth — everything
    • into all the growth of plants, but they are unable to do so unless
    • grows too strong, may even find relief in thunderstorms. How
    • growth of plants in quite a different way, albeit, I need hardly say,
    • grow or will not grow, whether or no they have been planted with an
  • Title: Agriculture Course: Lecture 2
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    • throughout the growth of Nature. The Earth's surface is a real organ,
    • farm, and the plants themselves grow upward in the belly of the farm.
    • — works upon plant-growth in the same way in which our head
    • Earth. Thus, so far as plant-growth is concerned, we must look for
    • growth of plants, works not directly — not by direct radiation
    • growth of plants — are in reality cosmic influences rayed back
    • growth of plants. (We shall take plant-growth to begin with, and
    • unfolding of the growth-processes, and they depend throughout on the
    • itself grows inwardly alive and develops its own chemical processes,
    • wherever we are studying plant growth, we should be clear in the
    • kind of external “digestion.” For plant-growth, in
    • all grow dreadfully stupid, for to be clever we need to have
    • relation to plant growth, what happens in the minerals at this time
    • forces that are particularly important for plant-growth.
    • especially effective for plant-growth. The practical question is:
    • “How can we really make use of this for the growth of
    • direct the growth of plants. I will observe at once, if we are
    • effective for the growth of plants. I mean, the crystalline forces
    • snow. (The force of crystallisation, however, grows stronger and more
    • grows ever more complicated, till at last we get to the infinitely
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  • Title: Agriculture Course: Lecture 3
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    • of growth — if it occurs at a place where it ought not to occur
    • independent, leaving outside him all is growing in the fields. If he
    • you grow into a conscious living experience of the nitrogen all
    • and silicon as the basis of plant growth too. Our need is to gain a
    • to wait for the winter. Their growth is retarded when they find a
    • we can look into the life and growth of all that goes on in and above
  • Title: Agriculture Course: Lecture 4
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    • growing what leads eventually to the formation of the tree as a whole.
    • all plant-growth has this slightly parasitic quality. It grows like
    • the assistance of plant-growth by manuring the earth. We need to do
    • stand under the influence of mineral manures will have a kind of growth
    • What happens at the places where the horns grow and the hoofs? A locality
  • Title: Agriculture Course: Lecture 5
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    • growth. Hence it was of great value for us to recognise that the soil
    • out of which the plant grows and which surrounds the roots, is in itself
    • a kind of continuation of growth within the earth. There is a vegetative
    • this common life — common to the Earth and all plant-growth—nor
    • the soil if plant-growth is to prosper there. Silicic acid, on the other
    • These influences need to be absorbed into the growth of the plant, if
    • still be of no use for plant-growth, unless by a proper manuring process
    • quantity of potash salts which the plant needs for its growth, no doubt
    • (or potash, generally speaking) carry the growth rather into those regions
    • stem or the like. The potash-content will hold back the growth in forming
    • the entire process of plant growth. Yarrow is always the greatest boon,
    • wherever it grows wild in the country — at the edges of the fields
    • or roads, where cereals or potatoes or any other crops are growing.
    • is growing. But we must also make the manure able to bind together,
    • still more, the substances which are necessary for plant growth —
    • stimulating effect on the plant-growth. Above all, you will create more
    • Truly it is the greatest benefactor of plant growth in general, and
    • where it grows wild in Nature. It should really grow around man's heart,
    • of the iron on plant-growth in general. Hence it would undoubtedly be
    • of great benefit to grow stinging nettles in this district. However,
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  • Title: Agriculture Course: Lecture 6
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    • gained into plant-growth, and into animal Formations too. Aphoristically
    • a weed is, described it thus: “Everything that grows at a place
    • a weed has just as much right to grow as a plant which we find useful.
    • will naturally grow there through the prevailing conditions of Nature,
    • between the forces that are there in the growth of plants — forces
    • earth and then work from the earth upon plant-growth. As I said, the
    • and they were at a loss. For by that time the plague had grown acute.
    • in the earth in this way causes the plants to bring forth what grows
    • alone will tell us how to act if we wish to influence the plant's growth
    • that we gain an idea, how we can influence the plant's growth. Now a
    • enough to bring about the growth in living creatures. The Moon intensifies
    • it, thus enhancing the growth process to the point of reproduction.
    • a being grows, it becomes larger. In this process the very same force
    • is at work as in reproduction. Only in growth it does not go so far
    • reproduction is an enhanced growth-process.
    • process which growth represents; but it has no power, without the Moon's
    • assistance, to produce the enhanced growth process of reproduction.
    • of the plant may also be assisted; so that the force of growth
    • and everything grows confused, for we are strangers to the forces that
    • regulate growth. We must first enter into them. Then we shall know that
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  • Title: Agriculture Course: Lecture 7
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    • in Nature's household (I am speaking now of such fruit as grows on trees).
    • tree any more than grows out of it in the thin stalks — in the
    • this grows out of the tree, as the herbaceous plant grows out of the
    • earth. The tree is really “earth” for that which grows upon
    • its boughs and branches. It is the earth, grown up like a hillock; shaped
    • plant grows forth. Leaves, flowers and fruit grow out of this; they
    • question will at once arise: Is this “plant” which grows
    • growth, more or less — is it actually rooted? An actual root is
    • say: This plant which grows on the tree — unfolding up there its
    • it would grow organised into a single entity. Down there in the soil
    • in the tree. The plant which grows on the free has lost its root. Relatively
    • of these plants that grow out of the tree: they are replaced by the
    • growing layer, constantly forming new cells, so that the plant-life
    • of the free grows out of it, just as the life of a herbaceous plant
    • grows up above out of the root below.
    • is the free with its cambium layer, the growing formative layer, which
    • is actually bulged out; it has grown outward into the airy regions.
    • And having thus grown outward into the air, it needs more inwardness,
    • function is to separate the plants that grow upon it — stem, blossom
    • intelligence into the mysteries of growth. But it goes still further.
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  • Title: Agriculture Course: Lecture 8
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    • dung, and the Same Ego-forces will cause the plant in its turn to grow
    • they will seek out for themselves. Naturally, here our experiments grow
    • — that is to say, long grass, etc., that has grown into hay —
    • — they must grow strong in this middle part. For in the production
    • rather grows rampant in the flowering and fruit-bearing process—
    • grow all the stronger.
    • or beet, that is to say, which by enhanced cultivation have grown bigger
    • own origin and growth.
    • if you let the tomato grow on its own dung, so to speak, it will develop
  • Title: Agriculture Course (1938): Lecture I
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    • starts from a knowledge of what is entailed in the growing of
    • it comes to other things. The turnip is regarded as growing
    • point that its growth may be dependent upon innumerable factors
    • the earth with its plant growth. Quartz is not soluble in water
    • would grow thick and fleshy towards the base, but the ears
    • powers of reproduction and growth and of producing generation
    • Earth. They shoot right into the whole growing forces of the
    • relation to the growth of plants compared with the Moon. As a
    • which grow up and die in the course of one year leaving only their
    • latter whose growth Saturn promotes with the help of the warmth
    • formation of bark around the growing trees is connected with
    • grown. (It is really so! I have tested them everywhere!) The
  • Title: Agriculture Course (1938): Lecture II
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    • manifests itself wherever the growth of Nature appears. The
    • the plants grow upwards within this belly. Thus, we are dealing
    • the soil, affects the general growth of plants in the same way
    • growth of plants is affected by the distant heavens in so far
    • vegetable growth coming from the expanses of the Cosmos do not
    • growth are really the cosmic influences which are
    • soil affecting the growth of plants are dependent upon these
    • promotion of growth. These minerals are entirely
    • the growth of plants should be quite clear as to the geological
    • structure of the ground from which the plants are to grow, and
    • the growth of plants I) has to be drawn down into the earth.
    • shape and purity) they are of utmost importance to the growth
    • extreme importance to plant growth. Thus, some time in November
    • growth of plants. The question therefore arises: How can this
    • best be utilised for the growth of plants? Someday it will
    • guide the growth of plants. I will say this now: That m the
    • effective in the realm of plant growth above the Earth; before
    • plant-growth this is in a certain sense provided for by Nature
    • and grow in all directions. For the forces above the surface of
    • to become more akin to the Earth in its growth. This can only
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  • Title: Agriculture Course (1938): Lecture III
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    • into us, we faint. For any excess of the ordinary growing
    • to the life of the plants. The plant growing on the ground has
    • that. What to-day is growing in the fields around us tomorrow
    • lime and silicon are also the basis of the growth of plants. We
    • Winter. Their growth is delayed when they have a sufficient
    • Then everything would have grown. But since a certain period,
  • Title: Agriculture Course (1938): Lecture IV
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    • more or less solid part being outside, while inside grows that
    • growth is slightly parasitic in character; it grows like a
    • In those places, therefore, we must assist the growth of plants
    • of any sort of mineral manure will exhibit a type of growth
    • hoofs grow? At these points an area is formed from which the
    • is why the growth of horns and claws has such a bearing upon
    • which is most beneficial to him. You may grow the most splendid
  • Title: Agriculture Course (1938): Lecture V
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    • region or sphere of growth. That is why we found it to be so
    • important to know that the soil, out of which the plant grows
    • the soil. But to ensure sound growth in a plant, it is not
    • so-called stimuli in promoting plant growth. People show by
    • we should still not promote plant growth if we did not give the
    • quite easy to obtain. In any place where it does not grow, the
    • throughout the whole process of plant growth in Nature.
    • Its effect is extremely salutary when growing wild at the edge
    • beneficent, so yarrow growing freely has an extraordinarily
    • which the plant is to grow, we must also render the manure
    • necessary for plant growth: not only potash but also calcium
    • promote very strongly the growth of plants. Furthermore, the
    • benefactors to plant growth and can scarcely be replaced by any
    • plant growth in the whole district.
    • individually towards the different plant species growing
    • no importance for plant growth. It is of the utmost
    • tremendous value for plant growth? but it must be such as has
    • it grows, for it is the mediator between that silicic acid in
    • in order to grow, plants must have a kind of sensibility. Just
    • use of it for its own growth. But let the plant be permeated,
  • Title: Agriculture Course (1938): Lecture VI
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    • plant growth and also animal structures. We shall have to
    • which grows where it is not wanted;” which does not go
    • tribunal of Nature the weed has just as much right to grow as
    • of what was not meant by us to grow there, but which
    • absorbed by the earth and work upon plant-growth from within
    • These are the forces which cause the plant to grow during the season,
    • influence plant-growth in one way or another. We have to take
    • sufficient to produce growth on earth in such a way that growth
    • is enhanced to reproduction. (When a being grows, it increases
    • reproduction. But growth does not go so far as to produce
    • another being of the same kind, it is merely that cell grows
    • is an enhanced growth). The Earth can of its own strength be
    • the mediator of this growth only — this weak kind of
    • growth. To achieve reproduction proper, it needs the cosmic
    • enables it to produce seed, thus enhancing its power to grow to
    • strength. If something to be grown is placed in the soil at new
    • that regulate growth. We must try and enter into these forces.
    • these weeds, will then develop a certain reluctance to grow in
    • In those days, one could put what plants one chose to grow
    • there and with them all kinds of forces of growth and tender
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  • Title: Agriculture Course (1938): Lecture VII
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    • Nature. I am speaking, of course, of the fruit that grows on
    • blossoms, the fruits. These grow out of the tree just as
    • herbaceous plants grow out of the soil, the tree being
    • in fact “earth” in relation to the parts that grow
    • our herbaceous and cereal plants grow.
    • specifically plant-like parts grow, viz. leaves and blossoms,
    • growing on the tree. But no plant is complete without its root.
    • a root-formation is actually present in the The plants that grow
    • earth, which has grown upwards into the air element and
    • growing on it (twigs, blossoms, fruit; from their roots; an
    • understanding, into the facts of growth.
    • grows up from the soil in the air and warmth and forms the
    • the scent of plants growing in the ground, the peculiar smell
    • such as that of herbaceous plants growing in the soil and an
    • sense of smell to distinguish between the scent of soil-grown
    • “parasite” growth goes on above in the tree? The
    • growth strives to attract the astral element more closely to
    • life to remain in the soil as is needed for the growth of
    • grows out of the soil into the air. The one is unthinkable
    • that which grows in the soil comes under quite different laws
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  • Title: Agriculture Course (1938): Lecture VIII
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    • that grow above the earth, then they will develop the right
    • cause it to grow upwards from the root in the right way
    • the calf will grow into a cow that yields good milk. The
    • were, in growing foliage. People should take careful note of
    • both from growing tomatoes and from eating them. Those who give
    • tomato requires for its own growth. During its growth, the
    • worked upon in any way, will ensure the growing of very fine



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