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  • Title: Agriculture Course (1938): Lecture I
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    • although we shall do our best, during the discussions
    • immediately see what bearing it has upon specifically
    • hovering over the subject from the point of view of Economics
    • out hers during the period when my calculations tell me
    • accustomed to look nowadays when we are considering that which
    • respect, but I shall try to bring before you what Anthroposophy
    • earthly existence which have an important bearing upon
    • periodicity of sun-spots would bring us to a better
    • of the step from parent plant to offspring and so on, it is a
    • and sparingly after a spell of sunny weather. The old adages of
    • an oak tree planted during the appropriate period of Mars will
    • upon her in this way brings us face to face with certain
  • Title: Agriculture Course (1938): Lecture II
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    • these first lectures, we shall bring together, from the field
    • words, everything that is needed to bring forth agricultural
    • farm should be able to bring forth from itself everything that
    • matter whether cow-manure is taken from the neighbouring farm
    • particular bearing upon the type of vegetation produced in a
    • you start by considering the soil, then you must bear in mind
    • upwards again, and the substance which brings this about is
    • the surface, especially during Winter, contains an inner
    • before when the minerals are preparing to perfect their crystal
    • Earth still is particularly strong during Winter, whereas in
    • proceed by a mere continuation in the offspring of what
    • organism has only the tendency to bring the seed into such
    • brings forth the white and yellow colours in the flowers. The
    • and varieties of fruit-bearing plants from the much
    • Cosmic Kali-Yuga during the last few decades and the decades
  • Title: Agriculture Course (1938): Lecture III
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    • practical applications during the next few days if we occupy
    • insight into these connections we must bring within our survey
    • also bring in sulphur, that substance the activities of which
    • us therefore start with carbon. The bearing which these things
    • with the help of sulphur, brings the vital activities out of
    • throughout Nature the oxygen bearing the etheric life must find
    • the way to the carbon bearing the spiritual principle. How does
    • form. The nitrogen brings the oxygen along with it in order
    • soul activity, begins to have a bearing upon Agriculture. This
    • as tradition fades more and more during the decades, that we
    • Indeed, these plants are so organised as to bring to special
    • which creates the actual plant-forms and brings order into
    • everything. And just as our astral body brings about a balance
    • deal with the different methods of manuring the ground.
  • Title: Agriculture Course (1938): Lecture IV
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    • particularly to the question of manuring. Now the very
    • renewed during the course of every seven or eight years) is
    • wearing away of the nails, peeling of the skin,
    • within it, it is on its way to becoming the outside covering of
    • similarly treated, one must know that manuring consists in a
    • work connected with manure and manuring. The job may seem to be
    • the main thing to understand is that manuring and the like must
    • manuring, therefore, we must bring sufficient nitrogen
    • leads to a very definite result: in manuring the soil with
    • parallel in that process which brings about in the food we eat
    • 24). We bring about a similar activity in the soil when we
    • they are eaten by animals, will continue to bring about a
    • putting down a thin layer of the compost material and covering
    • is why the growth of horns and claws has such a bearing upon
    • assimilated by its organism, thereby stirring into activity
    • has filled it with nitrogen-bearing forces and the etheric
    • element with oxygen-bearing forces. The substance which emerges
    • alive. ®or the earth is most inwardly alive during the
    • thus there is a highly concentrated, life-giving manuring force
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  • Title: Agriculture Course (1938): Lecture V
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    • method of improving manure. Manuring as such remains, and we
    • the different ways of preparing manure — whether
    • plant by manuring the power to absorb into its body the active
    • way. And in manuring we shall not find it at all difficult so
    • spring,
    • when he had the task of bringing sulphur into its true
    • winter. Thus, during a whole year, the yarrow flowers (there is
    • will find that during the winter, they have assumed a very
    • because it is calcium that has to be. worked upon. Now, bearing
    • these precious little sausages lie buried. In Spring, they are
    • by a rational management of our manuring — namely in the
    • be exposed to the influences of the earth during winter. But in
    • winter. In the spring, take out the balls (they will keep until
    • in the soil of the neighbouring meadow or wood. It only needs
    • to be made inwardly sensitive in this way. So we can bring
  • Title: Agriculture Course (1938): Lecture VI
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    • those things which we have been discussing during the
    • These are the forces which cause the plant to grow during the season,
    • During the new Moon, plants can do no more than retain what
    • persons to work in manufacturing a certain material. Now,
    • their time chattering, they will do less work than one person.
    • If, however, it has been obtained during the high
    • neighbourhood, it certainly brings about a radical result.
    • earth the faculty of bringing the seed potato to
    • bringing forth plants, especially through the power or lunar
    • happens when a very wet spring follows upon a very wet winter.
    • the plant we must bring into question not only plant, animal
  • Title: Agriculture Course (1938): Lecture VII
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    • to the consideration of the rearing of live-stock and the
    • upon the manifold insect world, which during a certain period
    • unity so that the sap-bearing vessels unite with each other. In
    • of orchards, especially in the spring when they are in flower,
    • rearing of birds and insects. For in Nature — I
    • insects brings about the proper distribution of astrality
    • have its uses for the neighbouring fields and for the
    • the neighbouring woods. The regulation of woods in districts
    • world and lime brings about the drawing off of the etheric
    • counterbalanced by a lowering in the quality of the produce
  • Title: Agriculture Course (1938): Lecture VIII
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    • what I have already said, and to bring forward certain
    • storing these up in the organism, excreting what is not needed.
    • are led into meadows and given every opportunity of entering
    • animal which we can use for manuring. In animal manure, there
    • contains ego-potentiality. In manuring a plant, we bring this
    • are considering the nature of these roots merely from the point
    • — this will bring into full operation the forces already
    • If we wish to bring about an
    • example, are the pod-bearing or leguminous plants and
    • effects of reformed foddering usually need a generation in
    • Suppose now that we wish to consider the flowering and fruiting
    • discovered that what develops during fruit formation is mainly
    • This brings us to the question of the fattening of animals.
    • This brings us to a very important point and one on which I
    • animal. Anyone suffering from cancer, I say this in
    • tomato requires for its own growth. During its growth, the
    • ... But there are different ways of hearing. A farmer hearing
  • Title: Agriculture Course (1938): Appendix
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    • manuring and it would be good to discuss them with interested
    • hints on the problem of manuring. They contain ideas which
    • roses, which were not flowering well and were suffering from
    • Referring to the silica preparation (Nr. 501), Dr. Steiner said
  • Title: Agriculture Course (1938): Contents
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    • Green manuring
    • Manuring problems
    • Meadows, manuring of
    • Neighbouring plants
    •       souring
    • Souring
    • Stirring
  • Title: Agriculture Course (1938): Cover Sheet
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  • Title: Agriculture Course (1938): Diagram 1.
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  • Title: Agriculture Course (1938): Diagrams 12, 13, 14.
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  • Title: Agriculture Course (1938): Diagrams 15, 16, 17, 18, 22, 23.
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  • Title: Agriculture Course (1938): Diagrams 7, 8, 19.
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  • Title: Agriculture Course (1938): Diagrams 9, 10, 11, 21.
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  • Title: Agriculture Course (1938): Preface
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    • forth by his Spiritual Science (Anthroposophy) and bearing upon
    • and advice for the further development of the preparing
    • Spring 1924 Count Alexander Keyserlingk who had been sent by
    • securing Dr. Steiner's promise to give a lecture course on
    • receive their mood and colouring. As my subject I took the
    • basis of experiments which are to bring the material into a
  • Title: Agriculture Course (1938): Discussion 12th June, 1924.
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    • QUESTION: In stirring the manure for large areas can one use a
    • ANSWER: Here, of course, it is a question either of adhering
    • strictly to stirring by hand? or else of
    • is no doubt that stirring by hand is something quite different
    • from mechanical stirring. Prom a mechanistic point of view this
    • takes place within this limited circle, the doctor brings to it
    • stirring this cow horn mixture that after a time one would
    • of stirring would have to be changed. After stirring one
    • QUESTION: In storing the cow-horns and their contents,
    • kept in hand. The stirring must take place not very long before
    • considering. The best way is to choose a spot where the soil is
    • processes of Nature as is the act of stirring which we have
    • the best. But it is worth enquiring into the question of the
    • nowadays bring a smile to the lips of many who hear it asked.
    • concentration, then we should be able to bring about' such
    • conception of how greatly the world has changed during the last
    • is just what may easily bring us up against a certain
    • QUESTION: What kind of potash is it which can be used during
    • kept till the spring?
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  • Title: Agriculture Course (1938): Discussion 13th June, 1924.
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    • QUESTION: Does this method of manuring stimulate the growth of
    • speaking of weeds and ways of attacking them during the next
    • few days. The method of manuring I have described is favourable
    • of any kind of manuring. I shall' deal later on with the
    • really to limit the paving to a: ring outside the manure area,
    • thing to remember. When preparing a product for a particular
    • plants, to be grown on the covering earth.
    • bring elasticity into those forces which are to take out of the
  • Title: Agriculture Course (1938): Discussion 14th June, 1924.
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    • either to let civilisation founder or to take steps to bring
    • bull-headedly against everything would surely only bring harm
    • the internal surface of the abdomen and covering the viscera
    • sufficient to walk through the field, scattering as one
    • rearing of Queen-bees, so that instead of breeding them oneself
  • Title: Agriculture Course (1938): Discussion 16th June, 1924.
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    • they should work, souring is the right procedure to adopt. Take
    • of souring of the leaves of sugar-beet and other green
    • QUESTION: Do you recommend souring fodder without salt?
    • effects of souring, bad for the animals?
    • and scattering what is destined to work destruction. The
    • only way in which our state of mind could bring harm would be
    • QUESTION: Can human faeces be used for manuring, and how should
    • achieve very little in the way of manuring and they can do more
    • QUESTION: What are your views on green manuring?



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