What are the optimum dates to spray?
We recommend putting out soil and atmospheric sprays monthly if possible on the day of “Moon opposition to Saturn” (See below for details). Be sure to include 508 – Equisetum/ Casuarina teas in atmospheric and soil sprays. This helps to build resilience on your farm to buffer the effects of extreme weather. If there is a prolonged wet period try doing a sequential spray when the moon is in the air/fire signs. In case of a prolonged dry spell try a sequential spray when the moon is in a water sign and preferably near to full moon.
Spraying Biodynamic Preparations out during Moon opposition Saturn dates increases soil activity. It is also the best time to plant seeds out, as the Moon represents fertility and germination, while Saturn represents form and strong structure.
Moon = Fertility & Germination
Saturn = Form & Strong Structure
Continue to put out soil and atmospheric sprays monthly if possible before Moon opposition Saturn. Be sure to include 508 (Equisetum) and/or casuarina teas in both atmospheric and soil sprays. This will build maximum resilience on your farm to buffer the effects of extreme weather.
Order the Rain Maker Kit for Farm or Garden in time to spray out on the dates suggested above.
Moon opposition Saturn
This is when the Moon and Saturn are standing on opposite sides of the Earth and their forces are raying in towards the earth from each direction.
The Moon watery forces bring in the calcium processes which are connected to fertility, germination, growth and yield. The Saturn warmth/silica processes are connected to building up the right form, structure, ripeness, flavour and keeping qualities to your plants and pasture.
The balancing effects of these two influences streaming into the Earth produce very strong archetypical plants from seed sown at this time.
Spraying biodynamic soil preparations on the evening of Moon opposition Saturn, followed by horn silica on the morning after reinforces this balance between the Moon’s calcium influence and Saturn’s silica influence, giving pasture and crops greater resilience to weather extremes, diseases and pests.