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AgroHomeopathy :-)

 
Lisa Allen
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Location: San Diego, CA USA
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Many people are familiar with using Homeopathy in their personal health regimen, but have you thought of using it for your plants? Seems this would really help some gardening problems. I have used flower essences with things like transplanting in the past, with great success - but there is a world of applications apparently that need exploration! I got this in the Hpathy newsletter this month, and thought I would share here:

http://hpathy.com/agrohomeopathy/ask-the-plant-doctor-march-2012/

If I find other useful links, I will share!
 
Amedean Messan
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I see he has a book, has anyone have any experience with this text?

http://www.narayana-publishers.com/Homeopathy-for-Farm-and-Garden/Vaikunthanath-Das-Kaviraj/b8241

He has some videos of his work but no followup on the progress of the plants.

 
Corky Love
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I'm still a beginner, but I've started thinking of biodynamics as homeopathy for your land/plants. I love the idea of AgroHomeopathy!
 
Amedean Messan
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Ok, so this thread reminded me to follow up on this mans work. Sadly he has recently passed away so here is his memorial video.

 
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