AgrIcultures By Austin Wilke

First Agricultural Revolution

The Picture represents the way they gathered food

It occurred 11, 000 Years ago

Humans Domesticated Plants and Animalsm

It changed the way we live by discovering a new way to get Food

Second Agricultural Revolution

The photo represents the farming practices

It occurRed in between 1700s- 1900s

It changed the adoption of the new agricultural practices in Western Europe

Third Agricultural Revolution

The picture represents the new farming industry of today

it started in the 1900s and is still going on today

It change in agriculture associated with technological innovations and scientific farming techniques

GMO´s

A GMO(Genetically Modified Organisms)- Plants and animals changed as a result of biotechnology

It changes the farming industry by making the food they make not real food and they can mass produce it, and the farmers can´t keep the pass up with them.

Pros- resistance to insects tolerance to herbicides tolerance for heat, cold, or drought crop yield

Cons- A worrisome issue in GM foods is the ability of a food to trigger an allergy in humans. Some of the genes used in GM technology might be taken from a food that causes allergies in some people

Credits:

Created with images by Unsplash - "barley cereal grain" • bogitw - "straw bales stubble agriculture" • Peggy_Marco - "cows curious cattle" • tpsdave - "tractor grain mixer rural" • artursfoto - "modified tomato genetically"

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