That same year, the Natural Science Section (NSS, 1925) of the Goetheanum announced in an issue of theAnthroposophical Movement, an “Agricultural Session”, scheduled at Dornach for 7-9 January 1926. CountKeyserlingk was to preside, and that reports on “the first year’s research, results of the first year’sexperiments, and further tasks of the experimental group” were to be presented. Lectures scheduled included:
- “The Anthroposophical View of the Earth and its Significance for Agriculture” by Guenther Wachsmuth; and
- “The Anthroposophical View of the Nutrition of Plants, Animals and Man, as it concerns theAgriculturalist” by Ehrenfried Pfeiffer.
From “BIODYNAMIC AGRICULTURE: THE JOURNEY FROM KOBERWITZ TO THE WORLD, 1924-1938” John Paull 2011