biodynamics
 n.— «Biodynamics, its advocates assert, maximizes the personality of a given plot of earth. Like a homeopathic doctor, a biodynamic farmer analyzes the land and determines what is out of balance. The aim is to turn the land into a self-sustaining, self-regulating habitat.» —“Trying to Bottle Moonlight and Magic” by Eric Asimov New York Times June 16, 2004. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)