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biodynamic

adjective bio·dy·nam·ic \-di-ˈna-mik, -dī-\

Definition of BIODYNAMIC

:  of or relating to a system of farming that uses only organic materials for fertilizing and soil conditioning
bio·dy·nam·ics \-miks\ noun plural but singular in construction

First Known Use of BIODYNAMIC

1939

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