Planetary Influences on Plants
A Cosmological Botany
by Ernst M. Kranich
One of the fundamental concepts of biodynamic agriculture is how the sun, moon and planets work through calcium and silica in the growth of plants. Ernst Michael Kranich's book describes the growth patterns, leaf placements, and flower forms of different plant families and how they are clearly connected to the same rhythmical activity of specific planets. With this study, readers can enlarge their perceptions of nature.
Many examples and drawings are included, illustrating the connections between the orbital paths of planets and the shapes found in particular plants.
Publisher: Floris Books
Dimensions: 15.2 x 22.9 x 1.3cm
Weight: 340 grammes