Hamish tells of a farmer spraying his apples with chemicals who everyone knew to avoid when it was spraying time. Stress is commonly seen amongst conventional farming. There is a joy in Rod’s farming style.
Hugo: What I can speak over is a farm in England it wasn’t bionomic. And this was in Kent, and we have apples, we had a farm shop, we had apples, and he had plums. He had Australian wife, is why came to this sort of know list. They said that when he got out to spray gear, to spray his apples or his plums, everyone knew that it kill a cat and kids and their wife, he just became someone totally different for that period of time, that he was doing this. He knew it, the family knew it. And they all had to take a social strategy to deal with it. This guy was going to be while he was doing his work. And that is the common thing that people say.
Farm workers like in India, we have lots of workers or in Australia. The workers are much happier. They’re less stressed physiologically, it’s not a mindset, but physiologically they’re less stressed working once they get away from a chemical regimes.
Walk the Talk in Krinklewood Vineyard and Farm: The advantages of using biodynamics to deliver high quality produce Part 1 of 5
Walk the Talk in Krinklewood Vineyard and Farm: The benefits of biodynamic farming vs conventional farming Part 2 of 5
Walk the Talk in Krinklewood Vineyard and Farm: Using biodynamics to create healthy crops that get through harsh weather conditions and can fight off pests. Part 3 of 5
Walk the Talk in Krinklewood Vineyard and Farm: The mindset of biodynamic farming Part 4 of 5
Walk the Talk in Krinklewood Vineyard and Farm: Biodynamics reduces stress on the farm Part 5 of 5