Session 5: Dr Radko Tichavsky
Holohomeopathy, contribution to agriculture in the times of climate change
Holohomeopathy is a term coined by Dr Radko Tichavsky to capture the application of homeopathy to plants with a symptomatic view of agronomic problems.
Developed by Radko this method is based on the concept of metabolic similarity, or secondary metabolites used in various ways by living organisms.
Holohomeopathy allows the control and management of vital processes in agriculture through the application of highly diluted natural substances embracing sustainability.
Radko will be discussing the characteristics and measurements of holohomeopathy, adaption to drought, salinity, extreme temperatures as well as the homeopathic adaptogens and their application.
Born in the Czech Republic, Dr Radko Tichavsky is a naturalised Mexican citizen and lives in Mexico.
Dr. Tichavsky writes the column Doctor of plants in the prestigious portal hpathy.com, and has been working on the application of homeopathy to plants for twenty years. He is the author of several books on agro-homoeopathy (Handbook of agrohomeopathy, Homeopathy for plants, Organon of holohomeopathy, Homeopathy for chickens), his books have been published in Spanish, Italian and Portuguese.
Dr. Tichavsky is the creator of the agricultural holohomeopathic method which allows a systemic intervention on crops on a small, medium and large scale. He is academic director of the Comenius Institute, full time professor and researcher. He has advised homeopathic crops in Spain, France, Holland, Portugal, Italy, Czech Republic, Mexico, Colombia, Brazil, USA and India and teaches frequently online and face-to-face courses all over the world (www.icomenius.edu.mx).