GW Ag Contact

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GW Ag Contact

Post by Frank Egan » 04 May 2006, 21:44

Dear Folks.

The link for GW--Agricultue is a dead link.
http://www.considera.org/preparations/index.htm

Does anyone have a current addy or site for them?

TIA and best wishes.

Frank
Currently establishing a biodynamic vineyard in NW Arkansas

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Post by Mark » 05 May 2006, 12:03

I believe Greg is getting the site up and running again ASAP. It should be the same URL but if I hear different I will let you know. I'll post when I hear it is back up.

Mark

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Post by Frank Egan » 05 May 2006, 17:06

Thanks Mark,

Didn't notice it was under construction. Apologies for the double post. New to the forum. If you have an email address for him, I'd like to contact him regarding some supplies. Thanks.

Frank
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Post by Mark » 08 May 2011, 20:25

Greg has said I can put this on the website. Perhaps it will be instructive.
Mark,

You are a smarmy, lying, ignorant liberal. I don't like you at all. I think you're an asshole who, like all libturds, believe that all knowledge should be "free" so that you can steal it . I think your attempt at "agrohomeopathy" is a joke and only underlines your inability to understand it or develop it. I'm not about to give up my science and technology to someone or a group of someones for free. You and your ilk are incapable of understanding it anyway.

Liberals pervert and bastardize everything they touch. It's one of the many reasons why biodynamics is such an abject failure worldwide. Any time a liberal is involved in something good and beneficial, they - meaning you - turn it to parcel of defecation. You don't understand what Steiner said or did. As with Steiner's lectures and ideas on agriculture, you have reached the conclusion that "agrohomeopathy" is the be-all and end-all in and of itself so I will not waste my time with you or your buddies even if you paid me an enormous sum. I've spent about $4,000,000 on my own R & D so I'm not about to give it away to ignoramuses for free when you conference is just a cover for stealing corporate secrets.

For these and many other unstated reasons, I wouldn't even consider going to your fraud meeting. You can put that on your website if you like.

Nevertheless, I will tell you this hint. Your horseshit "agrohomeopathy" will not work since it is not supported by any science, is it not integrated into an agricultural management program and it is based on an ignorance of Steiner's preparations and lectures, which you do not understand, nor will you ever understand.

You do not understand what this is, what it does or how to make it work or you wouldn't be conning others to come to your house to talk about it. This is not about a conference to "advance" your understanding. This is all about how much knowledge and technology you can steal.

Go away, boy. You bother me.

You're welcome.

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Re: GW Ag Contact

Post by ahsin » 27 Aug 2014, 13:06

However it is more difficult to manage the cultures uniformly with soil. E.g. sowing at the same depth.
One can say: other conditions than treatment should be kept as equal between seed batches (treated vs untreated) as possible, and as uniform as possible across the "field"=pot or pots (to avoid random error=noise) but not at the price of making the experimental conditions unrealistic.

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Re: GW Ag Contact

Post by Mark » 27 Aug 2014, 13:24

OK. But can you say what this is relating to? It doesn't seem to fit here for instance.

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