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The Biointensive Culture is an organic agricultural system designed to increase production, without increasing the amount of land farmed.

There are 8 essential aspects: double-dug, raised beds; composting; intensive planting; companion planting; carbon farming; calorie farming; open-pollinated seeds; and whole-system farming method.
  • Biointensive for Russia

    Agroecology project dedicated to promoting sustainable mini-farming practices.

  • Bountiful Gardens

    Research mini-farm in Willits, California. Describes crops, collections, seeds, inoculants, tools, supplies, and ordering details.

  • Carbon Farming Group

    New Zealand organization provides overview, information sheets on major topics, emissions reductions, and FAQs.

  • Ecology Action

    Profile of the organization includes history, objectives, membership, programs, press releases, and conference details.

  • Grow Biointensive

    Reports definition, aspects, benefits, importance, soil improvements, and getting started.

  • Marin Carbon Project

    Describes soil carbon sequestration, project mission and strategy, programs, goals, and news.

  • Oregon Biodynamics Group

    Provides detailed listings about Oregon Biodynamic Group, biodynamics community, news and events.

  • Pfeiffer Center

    Offers information on biodynamic gardening and farming, biodynamics and environmental education, research, workshops, and events.

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