Todays agriculture marcus hansen

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agriculture-Is a science word for farming which is having crop and livestock

Humans obviously changed their habits from primitive hunting techniques to gathering. Without this change, scholars believe that many technological innovations would not be possible today.

Animals can be domesticated for their wool and cows can be used for meat and milk

Agriculture is very important we could not be alive if we did not have agriculture it provides us with food. And other essentials

the first agricultural revolution began around 11,000 BC. Dates vary based on locations, but in written records, China was said to have entered the revolution late than others.

What was the second agricultural revolution? The revolution was the transition from crops grown with the suns help to the reliance of new fossil fuels.

When did it occur? The second agricultural revolution occurred during the late 1700s to the late 1800s and went hand in hand with the industrial revolution.

With the Industrial Revolution occurring during the same time period, many farms and farm hand were replaced with faster working machines.

What was(is) the third agricultural revolution? Also known as the Green revolution, new agricultural methods were adopted across the country for faster production, better performance, and modern land uses.

The third agricultural revolution began in the 1970's and lasted for ten years or so.

GMO's and GE's were developed through the revolution. In addition, crop rotation methods were introduced.

What are genetically modified organisms? More commonly known as GMO, is the process of extraction of DNA from one species and the placement of the DNA into genes of another unrelated plant or animal.

GMO's changed farming in ways growing and producing the crop. In addition to the organic section, products with GMO are offered at stores. GMO crops are more likely to be bigger, cleaner, and be consistent.

Subsistence Farming- Self Sufficient Farming

Sustainable Farming- Most efficient way to farm a nonrenewable source

Commercial Farming- Large scale production of crops for sale

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