Soil & Crops

SOIL & CROPS (leading to MRadA, Soils & Crops)

Professional indemnity insurance is provided for both Licentiates and Members through the Radionic Association.

Structure

Five 6-months terms, including  one weekend every 6 months with tutor plus additional work.

Eligibility: Prior attendance at Access 1 weekend and/or proven competence in radionic techniques, plus working knowledge of, or practical experience in agriculture or horticulture.

Course content includes:

• Soil & plant analysis and treatment
• seasonal and lunar influences
• autumn and spring soil treatments
• bio-dynamic life
• experimental design & statistics
• germination
• pests and diseases
• harvest results
• dealing with clients.

Fees:  Please apply to the Radionic office, secretary@radionic.co.uk or telephone 01869 338852

Students will also need to purchase an instrument, cost approx. £280.

Admission:  One intake yearly, in September.


Next Course – TBC