Agriculture Project Seth Hopkins

First Agricultural Revolution

The first agricultural revolution started around 11,000 bc, the exact time is uncertain. The humans had a translation of hunting and gathering to the production of domesticated animals. Humans could settle in one area instead of moving from place to place

The first crops produced was corn and wheat.

SecOnd Agricultural Revolution

The second agricultural revolution started sometime around the 1700's. The changes that happened in farming are, they saw a new development of farming machinery, they did not need as many people because of the new farm means that where coming out.

Theses type of machines helped produce crops faster.

Third agricultural Revolution

The third agricultural revolution occurred in the 1970's and the 1980's. The changes that happened in farming are, they saw a new development of farming machinery, The development of GMO's (genetically modified organisms) started.

They would chemically make food easier and fasser to produce.
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