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  • Title: Agriculture Course: Lecture 1
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    • the right colouring to these words of thanks, and I beg you to
    • during the succeeding days, to come to a right understanding on all
    • doubt, it is quite right that we should not superficially connect the
    • Prof. Fechner said: “If my honoured colleague is right, if it
    • good knowledge of the periods of Mars; for an oak, rightly planted in
  • Title: Agriculture Course: Lecture 2
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    • purposes of illustration). We gain a right idea of these facts if we
    • only regard it rightly if we imagine it, compared to man, as standing
    • into that situation whereby the forces work from the right cosmic
    • the other hand, the seed which evolves its force right up the steam
    • yellow sunflower — it is not quite rightly so called, it is
    • upward in a dilute condition, right up into the flowers, giving them
    • right into the fruit. In the apple you are eating Jupiter, in the
    • any farm you have the right amount of horses, cows and other animals,
    • the right number of cows, horses, pigs, etc., severally, the
    • due to the fact that the animals will eat the right measure of what
    • is provided for them by the growth of plants. They eat the right
  • Title: Agriculture Course: Lecture 3
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    • which it carries. And they are always in the right — for the
    • establish the right percentage-relationship between our whole inner
    • quantity of nitrogen to which we are accustomed in the air is right
    • sympathetic feeling if the right plants are there for the given soil.
  • Title: Agriculture Course: Lecture 4
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    • insight is necessary, so as to treat things in the right way. After
    • way — how the organic entity establishes the right relationship
    • is how to make use of this property in the right way. The influence
    • However, in order to proceed rightly in such matters we must always
    • rightly, once we perceive the whole nature of the process.
    • powers, which, pressing inward, are meant to penetrate right into the
    • existence by rights, inside the belly of the animal and there engenders
  • Title: Agriculture Course: Lecture 5
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    • creatures the virtue of preparing the right conditions and relationships
    • for the true Nature-process to take place once more in the right way.
    • too, we must still try to give the manure the right living property.
    • will enable it to bring the right vitality into the Earth itself.
    • to come together in the right way with other substances in the organic
    • the potash content that it relates itself rightly, within the organic
    • bring the sulphur into a right relation to the remaining substances
    • body (provided it is rightly carried into the biological sphere) —
    • more, need only be rightly exposed to the influences of Nature. Observe
    • of this disease or that. It is quite right to do so. If we pursue pure
    • it is working rightly.
    • in the manure we must use it in the right way. To this end — it
    • it to behave in the right way in relation to what we call the “phosphoric”
  • Title: Agriculture Course: Lecture 6
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    • a weed has just as much right to grow as a plant which we find useful.
    • way, the weeds will demand their rights just as much as the vegetables,
    • root, right up into the seed-formation. Thus we shall get the strongest
    • verify them. If you do the experiments rightly, you will soon see them
    • once for all. Once it has judged a method right — no matter whether
    • surrounding sphere, to come right down into the Earth. Moreover,
    • of these things. On the one hand, it is right that the Earth should
    • Moon imparts precisely the right vitality to the earth, this vitality
  • Title: Agriculture Course: Lecture 7
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    • not to be found in the tree. To understand the matter rightly, we must
    • insects and birds flutter around in the right way. The farmer himself
    • say, the right astralisation is brought about in the air. Now this astralisation
    • guide the astrality in the right way just as the blood in our body is
    • way regulators to give the right form and development to the growth
  • Title: Agriculture Course: Lecture 8
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    • may be driven right down into the metabolic and limb system— into
    • right kind of animals, so as to get enough manure and the right kind
    • these forces in their turn can work right down into the body. The carrot-dung
    • you care for in this case? You must see that the right co-operation
    • into it and so transforming it. You can see right into this process.
    • clearly; whereas the things I have here exemplified can be traced right
    • quality is right.
    • there are such men to-day — rightly consider that the consumption
    • point we can begin to look right into the connection between plant and
    • it passes easily right through the digestive process, penetrates into
    • it outright.
  • Title: Agriculture Course (1938): Lecture I
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    • the whole cosmos. For while it is quite right to reject a
    • is right.” Now it so happened that in those days at
    • “If my honoured colleague is right and the time of the
    • so it often happens. Science may be right, but practice cannot
    • Earth. They shoot right into the whole growing forces of the
    • and that it can work upon this spot by going right through the Earth.
    • they have been tended with a right understanding of their
    • which has been planted with right understanding. It is
    • you pull the right trigger, the machine works, and the
  • Title: Agriculture Course (1938): Lecture II
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    • will give the right idea): Above the diaphragm there are in man
    • which is only rightly looked at if so understood, especially as
    • that the right quantity of cows, horses and other
    • into “chaos.” Moreover, the right proportion of
    • horses, cows and pigs will yield the right proportions in the
    • right proportion of the plant substances yielded by the
  • Title: Agriculture Course (1938): Lecture III
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    • regard the activities of carbon in Nature in the right
    • fluid.” We are right in saying that the human ego
    • only, and overlook the spiritual. To an extent, they are right,
    • we should maintain the right quantitative relation between our
    • whole inner being and the nitrogen around us; the right
    • right quantity or water is present in any given soil and
    • right sort of plants are present, and so on. Thus, nitrogen
    • possible, if one has the right feeling in these matters,
  • Title: Agriculture Course (1938): Lecture IV
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    • right way, with the food we eat, the active forces therein. For
    • these things are to be rightly handled, it is necessary to gain
    • use of this stable or settled character in the right way. The
    • to take the right steps, one must look into the nature of the
    • whole process, and finding the right thing to do in any
    • having the right feeling. This feeling, however, develops, when
    • will then be a question of developing the right personal
    • etheric formative forces, which then penetrate right into the
  • Title: Agriculture Course (1938): Lecture V
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    • right in saying that in the practice of agriculture we are
    • rain falls. In order, however, to have the right amount of
    • worked upon and manured in the right way. These elements are
    • that it retains the right amount of nitrogen and other
    • right way with other substances in the organism, especially
    • set right all troubles which are caused by any weakness in the
    • partly below the earth's surface, to the right influences. You
    • to the right natural influences to become of value. In this
    • This is all right from a theoretical-scientific point of view:
    • from the cosmic environment in the right way, for we must have
    • that the potash is working in the right way and. will do the
    • same even with lime if the lime is active in the right way.
    • active in manure, it must be applied in the right way. It must
  • Title: Agriculture Course (1938): Lecture VI
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    • tribunal of Nature the weed has just as much right to grow as
    • weeds claim the same rights as useful plants, and we get them
    • the root right on into the seed as it is being formed in the
    • government selects a method which it thinks the right one
    • so-called plant diseases. Actually, this is not the right word
    • development from seed to fruit; there would be just the right
    • to the opposite conclusion. Looking at it in the right way
  • Title: Agriculture Course (1938): Lecture VII
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    • brought about in a wonderful manner the right distribution of
    • These considerations are of the utmost importance for a right
    • instinctive clairvoyance, in the right way. But this instinct
    • is so important for success in agriculture that the right
    • producing the right kind of plant-growth, and that under the
  • Title: Agriculture Course (1938): Lecture VIII
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    • tradition, we still retain a right view of the facts. But if
    • when we speak of animals. In man one is quite right in speaking
    • collecting it. If animals feed in the right way on the things
    • that grow above the earth, then they will develop the right
    • cause it to grow upwards from the root in the right way
    • determined and aided if the root can find in the right
    • head) to work in the right way on the rest of the organism.
    • that the right co-operation should take place between the
    • If these two currents co-operate and intermingle in the right
    • Much that has been discovered by experiment is right, but it is
    • they are of the right kind.
    • nowadays — are of the opinion and rightly so, that the



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