Agricultral Revelution Project By Samuel Spinler

The first Agriculteral Revoulution was also known as the Neolithic Revolution is when human societies were transformed from hunting and farming. It took place beetween 2000 BC and 10000 BC, in the Middle East. The first crops were corn, bean and squash. People have to make more food and plant more crops.

The Second Agricultural Revelution, distinctive feature of this agricultural revolution is more intensive mechanization and helped the Industrial Revelution happen because off the more andvanced technology. It was changed because more people had better technology to grow more crops.

The third agriculteral revelution was in biotechnology, Mechanization began replacing animal and human labor in the United States during the late nineteenth century. It changed farming because more people get get more crops and animalĀ“s.

Modern day farming has more tools and better farming with ways to grow better crops by making a antidote for diseases. Here is a list off some off them,

Damping-Off. Type of Disease: fungus. ...

Verticillium Wilt. Type of Disease: fungus. ...

Downy Mildew. Type of Disease: fungus. ...

Powdery Mildew. ...

Bacterial Wilt. ...

Foliar Nematodes. ...

Root Knot Nematodes. ...

Bacterial Soft Rot.

Genetically modified organisms are when genes from an orginism are forced into a another orginism to make it better, its from virus, bacteria, animals and sometimes even humans. The diffrence beetween subsistence, sustainable, and commercial farming. Subsistence is when farmers grow food for the good of there family. sustainable is When produce is consumed by an individual farmer or his family, or sold or exchanged among a small group, it is known as Subsistence agriculture. Comercial Farming is when they grow crops and sell to others.

4 facts about Agriculture, without agriculture we wouldent have the technology we have today. There would be no crops, there would be no farming or medicene.

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