What is the Difference Between Biodynamic and Organic Farming?

Bellamy's Organic

Type: Article
Knowledge level: Introductory

Farm Table says:

Understand the differences between these similar approaches to production with this article.

This article helps to explain the differences between biodynamic and organic farming. Although both farm systems do not use pesticides, herbicides or GMOs and many similarities exist between the two.

Key differences stated by the article:

  • “The main principle of biodynamic farming is that the entire farm exists as a single entity without the need for outside inputs. In other words, where an organic farm may purchase organic seeds or organic feed for livestock, a biodynamic farm must produce everything on the premises.”

 

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