Human Geo Agriculture By Jack Peluf

The first agricultural revolution was when people domesticated plants and animals. It occured 11 thousand years ago. In the first agricultural revolution people domesticated plants and animals. Since people didn´t have to move around to get food they could stay in the same place longer.

First Revolution wheat was a big plant to harvest

The Second Agricultural revolution happened in western Europe. It occurred from 1700-1900. The humans started to use a plow in their farming technique. The farmers switched what crop they grew so the soil could regain some of its resources.

Second revolution, plows made gathering the plants faster and easier.

Third revolution modernized farming. We are still in the third revolution. Biotechnology, and gas engines are now being used to speed up the proccess of farming.

Third revolution used gas to power the machines

A GMO is the result of a laboratory process where genes from the DNA of one species are extracted and artificially forced into the genes of an unrelated plant or animal. They change farming by making it easier and faster to make food. The pros of GMO is that it can help end world hunger, the cons of gmo is that it causes cancer.

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Jack Peluf


Created with images by Hans - "spike wheat cereals" • Harold Litwiler, Poppy Big Oak Photography - "Edna old farm equipment" • Kdsphotos - "tractor agriculture field"

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