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TRINIUM Eco-friendly Agriculture:

Love for the Earth

Agriculture is not just an economic-productive activity, as industry is.

From a "simplistic" point of view we can see that agriculture (in which we also include livestock) is the basic condition for the subsistence of humanity, one of the main sources of raw materials and food, and in this should also wisely deal with the maintenance of environmental balances.


The farmer operates directly in touch with the laws of Life. He has no certainty that all the seeds he has sown will be born, or that the climate will not hinder his hard work, precisely because Life is infinitely rich in variables and manifestations.

Normally we consider the laws of life as confined to earthly existence, that means, life confined to matter and subject to growth, development, reproduction and death.

In order to "know" these laws, science is usually working with analyses; analysis of the soil and of the components of the plant. But how are these analyses carried out?

The sample is taken, dried (or incinerated) and then analyzed.

It doesn't take long to understand that the results obtained are relative to the "corpse" of the soil or plant, certainly not to a living organism.

It is quite different if, to know soils, plants, animals in all their aspects, we consider the laws of Life that permeates the entire cosmos, Earth, planets, stars: an infinite sea of Life with its currents, flows, rhythms intensity ...

The Earth, moreover, must be considered as much more than a support where to grow what we cultivate, a support that often "hinders" our work by hosting the most varied types of weeds or pests.


The Earth is a living being, a mother who lovingly and generously grants man to feed on its fruits, a creature that to survive must maintain its own balance that man, through chemical agriculture and pollution, is deeply altering.

Trying to act to bring balance, harmony and to bring out the silent potential of land, plants and animals is the task of agriculture developed with the Trinium method.

The Trinium method aims to create a balanced and regenerating harmonic synthesis between the impulses, forces and processes that weave in all levels of the living being.

Specifically, it provides for various phases to create products, devices, harmonizing systems.

As first phase of preparation, it consists in obtaining/extracting the specific principle which, from a raw material (plant) is strengthened to bring it into resonance with the forces from which it originates. This extraction process can be carried out through maceration, decoctions, herbal teas, digestion, carbonisation, calcination, distillation, roasting and also through homeopathic-inspired processes.

The second phase involves identifying a natural substrate chosen on its intrinsic characteristics basis, that determine the best synergistic resonance, and therefore the best "compatibility" with the specific principles described in the first phase of preparation.

The third phase of the method consists in combining, in varying proportions, the two components mentioned above in a new “unicum” (or single element) which, depending on the components chosen, will show particular attitudes of purification, harmonization, revitalization, adaptation and strengthening in the vital processes of the soil, plants, animals or man.

The application field also extends to food processing, devices that improve the quality of life in the domestic or working environment, the development of harmonious agricultural systems as well as the design in forms and materials of buildings that support the quality of life and have a healthy function.


The environmentally friendly Trinium method is the result of the development of the impulses given by the Austrian anthroposophical scientist Rudolf Steiner (1861-1925) for a new agriculture that is known throughout the world as biodynamic agriculture.

To achieve this, biodynamic agriculture uses, among other things, the so-called "biodynamic preparations" consisting of natural substances such as minerals, medicinal plants and cattle manure that are left to mature underground in specific animal organs in the appropriate seasons.

These preparations act as "organic stimulators" to bring new cosmic forces to the earth that bring life to the farm, to the plants and to the products.

The Trinium method takes advantage of these indications and, precisely because of its specificity, allows the use of these preparations - enhanced by homeopathic techniques - to a much higher level of effectiveness and precision.

This new method also has three undeniable advantages:

  • the absolute absence of undesirable residues in the soil and in the plants;

  • the competitive cost;

  • operational convenience.


Agriculture can thus take a further step forward in terms of quality (greater aroma, food value, preservability), quantity (greater productivity resulting from the rediscovered harmony between soil, plant and environment, better adaptation to extreme weather conditions), but above all in terms of plant harmony and health (greater vitality and vigor to resist pests and diseases in general) to give man a product as complete as possible for the nourishment of his whole being.

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