Practical applications from observing that it is a Full Moon Part 1 of 6

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Practical applications from observing that it is a Full Moon 

During the full moon farmers are advised not to mark animals, harvest, cut or dry hay or rack wine.
It is the time of fungal attacks – so use preparations to counteract the effect.

This is part 1 of 6 of Biodynamic Workshop with Hamish Mackay and John Priestley about Moon Phases
Practical applications from observing that it is a Full Moon Part 1 of 6
Understanding the Lunar Calendar Part 2 of 6
Visual results in plant growth when struck at different times in the lunar cycle Part 3 of 6
Wider Uses of the Astrological Calendar Part 4 of 6
The Future with Biodynamics and the Need for Some Biodiversity Part 5 of 6
Are We Flogging a Dead Horse? Part 6 of 6

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