Definition of biodynamic
- Followers of biodynamic viticulture not only abstain from the use of chemicals, but also take a more holistic approach, viewing their environment—the soil, plants and animals—as a working unity that should be as self-sustaining as possible.
- —Alison Napjus
- biodynamic practices
- biodynamic vegetables
- a biodynamic vineyard
biodynamicallyplay \-na-mi-k(-ə)lē\ adverb
- cultivated biodynamically
biodynamicsplay \-miks\ noun, plural in form but singular in construction
- To proponents of biodynamics, the soil is not just a medium in which living things grow; the soil is itself a living organism.
- —Bill St. John