The Three Agriculture RevolutionS By Carter Anderson

The First Agricultural Revolution-is the transformation of human societies from hunting and gathering to farming which took place in Eastern United States in 2500 BCE , Mesoamerica in 3500 BCE , Andean Highlands in 3500 BCE , Fertile Crescent in 8000 BCE-8500 BCE, China 700 BCE. Humans went from hunting and gathering food to domestication of plants and animals.Sunflowers were grown in Eastern United states, in Mesoamerica they grew corn, squash, beans, turkey, Andean Highlands they grew Potatoes, manioc, Illama, In Fertile Crescent they grew wheat, barley, sheep, goat, In China they grew Millet, Chinese cabbage, pig.
The Second Agricultural Revolution was mainly about the agricultural practices in Western Europe.The 2 revolution occurred from 1700 to 1900 in developed countries.The first tool was the introduction of a curved metal plate used to make the moldboard plow, which made farmers to turn over heavy soil.The second tool was the use of the horse collar.These sorts of farming tools helped make farming easier and more efficient.
The Third Agricultural Revolution-was during the 1930's. It was manipulation of seed varieties to increase crop yields.It decreased the famine in many areas it mostly helped "hunger areas".Crops that got greatly impacted was corn, wheat, rice. It also helped farmers cause they can put chemicals down so no viruses or germs to get on there plants and kill them also they have gps in there tractors to see where it is good to plant crops and where good soil is.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.


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