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505

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  Preparation name Biodynamic 'compost' preparation 505 - Oak Bark  
  Preparation category Public domain formulation  
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  General description ..restores order when the Ether body is working too strongly, that is when the astral cannot gain access to the organic entity. It 'kills' or damps down the ether body... if we want a rampant Ethereal development, of whatever kind, to withdraw in a regular manner - so that its shrinking is beautiful and regular and does not give rise to shocks in the organic life, - then we must use the calcium in the very structure in which we find it in the bark of the oak.  

Relations -

 
  Antidoted by  
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  Complementary to 502 (yarrow), 503 (chamomile), 504 (nettle), 506 (dandelion), 507 (valerian).  
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Effect on plants -

   
Clinical description
Nitrates (7)
Fungi (250)
Potato preparation (442)
Fruitlessness (58)
 
General Appearance
.. [has qualities] which it confers on the compost or manure to enable it to create soil conditions that will prevent and combat all plant diseases due to proliferating growth. (34)
To take up calcium-503 & 505 evening, 506 morning. (7)
To lift nitrogen-502, 503, 504, 505 evening; 505, 506, 507, 508 morning. (7)
... the forces of vigour should not rise to the flower as they are in the metabolic sphere, because the forces of vigour only stimulate the constructive processes that are called ‘anabolic’ in biological sciences. At the top of the plant catabolic processes must dominate and these bring in ‘destructive’ processes. What rises from the lower pole of the plant must be transformed. We could picture to ourselves that the forces must pass the scrutiny of a ‘guardian’ who only lets the vegetative forces pass that are ready for transformation into quality. This is accomplished by the oak bark preparation. (250)
The oak-bark preparation is able to control the forces of the lower part of the plant and to prevent the ascent of tumultuous processes, caused by over-fertilisation or immature lifeless manure and foetid ... manure. (250)
In a nutshell we can say that in cases where 503 is too powerful .... and 504 is not able to regulate this sufficiently and thus pushes this excess up the plant, we would find a favorable condition for the mentioned diseases. In this context the 505 - which dampens down excessive vigour caused by 503 and raised by 504 - can play a regulating role. (250)
[505] provides what is necessary for plants to be upright and well-formed ... conferring disease resistance on crops. (294)
 
Roots
Horizontal uneven thick short roots with many root hairs were induced by solutions of 505. (29)
The best procedure [for preparing seed potatoes] would probably be to use a combination of 505 and 507 stirred together for 20 minutes (3 gallons water per each 100 pounds of less of potatoes should be sufficient) and then used to dip or spray the seed potatoes. A total of 3 separate sprays is suggested, with the first one 2 weeks before planting date, the second treatment one week beforehand and the third treatment two days before the scheduled planting. (442)
 
Stem/trunk and bark - capillary system
It orders the vegetative forces and removes the excess. One could also say that it acts against hypertrophication and therefore constitutes a prophylactic measure against fungal diseases (250)
 
Leaves
To reduce nitrates & disease-505 evening, with 508 next morning. (7)
It is here that we discover the importance of the oak-bark preparation (which we have just identified with the qualitative element) because it brings a healing impulse that acts as a brake upon excessive vegetative forces by regulating their ‘ascent’ to the upper parts of the plant. (250)
 
Flowers
 
Generative organs
 
Fruit
Q: I have a stand of sweet Corn that forgot to make ears !!! It grew to an average height of 3 feet, range 1-4, and made tassels. I found only 1 out of 94 plants trying to develop an ear, and that is about 4 inches long including silks. All other plants are just short stalk with tassel. A: When this happened at my place - it was excess of 501 / 508 broadcasted atmospherically with no earth preps going out (bottom well) - (we) started with three days of 505 in both wells of the pipe - we ended up with the best ears of corn I have had here ... (10-Sept-2015) (58)
 
Seed
Vigorously stir 1 - 2 ml in 3 litres of hand warm rain water for 5 minutes and leave for 24 hours. ... germination is faster. Growth is improved and compared to untreated controls these plants prove healthier and give better yields. They are able to cope better with poor weather conditions and develop a stronger and more extensive root system. Used for oats, lettuce, potatoes, dahlias. (42)
 
Notes
.. brings harmony to the form of the plant and does not allow excess of rampant growth to develop. (44)
This preparation retards a rampant etheric body by sucking it more tightly to the physical. (48)
Four groups of 6 cm sprouts of maize were compared. The first was put into Knop's solution which is 250mg/l of each of magnesium sulphate, potassium phosphate and potassium chlorate, 1000 mg/l calcium nitrate and a trace of iron chlorate. The second was the same minus the calcium nitrate but with an equivalent dose of nitrogen. The third was identical to the second but also contained 100mg/l of 500, 503 and 505 instead of the nitrogen. These latter contribute approximately 2.5 mg of calcium per litre. The final was identical to the third but had no 500. Results; Knop's solution gave 2.9g of shoot, 1.5 g of root. Same minus lime gave 1.1g of shoot, 0.6g of root. same with 500, 503 and 505 gave 5.3g shoot and 3.4g of root. The same minus 500 gave 2.6g shoot and 2.2g root. (57)
505 helps to convey the forces of silica down the plant. (250)
If you want nitrate sequestration, 505. (7)
 

Effect on Soil -

 
Soil characterisation
Acidity (44)
 
Soil surface
reorganises the land from excessive ethericity (250)
 
Top soil
 
Drainage
 
Sub soil
 
Notes
The oak bark preparation will, over a period of time, raise the pH of the soil without the addition of lime. Agricultural lime applied to the land is made more effective where the oak bark preparation is used, and consequently, less lime is required. (44)
 

Effects on compost and manure -

 

Syndrome

 
Heap surface
 
Inner heap
 
Leachate
 
Smell
 
Notes
.. brings harmony to the form of the plant and does not allow excess of rampant growth to develop. (44)
This preparation retards a rampant etheric body by sucking it more tightly to the physical. (48)
Four groups of 6 cm sprouts of maize were compared. The first was put into Knop's solution which is 250mg/l of each of magnesium sulphate, potassium phosphate and potassium chlorate, 1000 mg/l calcium nitrate and a trace of iron chlorate. The second was the same minus the calcium nitrate but with an equivalent dose of nitrogen. The third was identical to the second but also contained 100mg/l of 500, 503 and 505 instead of the nitrogen. These latter contribute approximately 2.5 mg of calcium per litre. The final was identical to the third but had no 500. Results; Knop's solution gave 2.9g of shoot, 1.5 g of root. Same minus lime gave 1.1g of shoot, 0.6g of root. same with 500, 503 and 505 gave 5.3g shoot and 3.4g of root. The same minus 500 gave 2.6g shoot and 2.2g root. (57)
505 helps to convey the forces of silica down the plant. (250)
If you want nitrate sequestration, 505. (7)
BD 505: Uses calcium and carbon to reduce nitrates to amino acids. Limits lush, undisciplined growth. Promotes good form. Protects against diseases and fungal attacks from the lime side-use in tandem with 508. (7)
The oak-bark collected in the autumn is energetically different from that collected in the spring. For the preparation the autumn bark must be preferred. (250)
 


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