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2 of 2: How is biodynamics farming in China?
2 of 2：中国的生物动力学如何发展？
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Chinese (Qing 晴格格)
The biodynamics cultivation concept has been taking root in China over recent years. Chinese organic production was promoted by global trade since 1990 and now China has become the second largest organic production model in the world with more than 2 million hectares of arable organic land in total. So the idea that biodynamics is gaining momentum quickly should not be a surprise.
The fact is that China holds the largest portion of arable land in the world (7%) and feeds more that 1.3 billion people, 21% of the world’s population, means that sustainable farming will become a necessary step in order to continue to grow and provide for the growing population. In the wine world, biodynamics could offer a niche product, one that the ever-growing and discerning wine lover would likely appreciate and would be willing to spend more money on.
The holistic approach to biodynamic farming goes hand in hand with traditional Chinese medicine and Chinese culture can easily link the soul to the soil so to speak. Classes and training are being offered on a regular basis now in China by organizations such as LOHAS (Lifestyles Of Health And Sustainability) LOHAS is translated into“乐活”in Chinese, which means “happy life”.
However, this is only one way that people can find out more and train to become proficient in biodynamic methods, which is quite positive. The demeter soci Should this production model truly take off, this would be a resounding win for the planet and a healthier future for our future generations!
然而，这只是人们可以探索出更多、并培养成为精通生物动力法的一种方式，这是非常积极的。 demeter soci如果这个生产模式真正起飞，这对地球来说将是一个响亮的胜利，对我们的下一代来说将是一个更健康的未来！