Agricultural Revolution Christina Babaya

The First Agricultural Revolution, is a transition occurrence that happened worldwide between 10,000 BC and 2,000 BC, which was the transformation of human societies from hunting and gathering to farming. Us humans would hunt, and our bones were a lot stronger and healthier. Also they didn't work as much, so they would have a lot more time to do other stuff like storytelling, singing, and art.

Wheat is the first crop grown by humans.

The Second Agricultural Revolution was based on greater use of technology, and it also happened alongside the same time as the Industrial Revolution which was sometime between 1820 and 1840. In the second agricultural revolution, they start having machinery on the farms, and with the use of technology provided by the Industrial Revolution they increased production and distribution of products.

Farming was more often done manually.
This is when machinery was first introduced to farms.

The Third Agricultural Revolution occurred around 1700 to 1900, and it was more about technology, mechanization, and biotechnology. In the US mechanization started replacing animals, and human labor. There were biotechnology, genetic engineering, a mass production of agricultural goods, scientific farming methods, pollution and reliance on petroleum, and the Green Revolution which is a goal to alleviate world hunger.

This is an example of the Green Revolution to alleviate world hunger.
This is how today's farming looks like. Currently, farmers use tractors, fertilizers on their farms, and lots of technology, mechanization, and biotechnology.

A Genetically Modified Organism is a process where the genes from the DNA of a species are extracted and artificially forced into the genes of an unrelated plant or animal. Sometimes unusual foreign genes may come from bacteria, viruses, and insects.

The First Agricultural Revolution was the transformation of human societies from hunting and gathering to farming.

The Second Agricultural Revolution was based on greater use of technology, they start having machinery on the farms, and with the use of technology provided by the Industrial Revolution they increased production and distribution of products.

The Third Agricultural Revolution was more about technology, mechanization, and biotechnology.

This is how today's farming looks like. Currently, farmers use tractors, fertilizers on their farms, and lots of technology, mechanization, and biotechnology.

A Genetically Modified Organism is a process where the genes from the DNA of a species are extracted and artificially forced into the genes of an unrelated plant or animal. Sometimes unusual foreign genes may come from bacteria, viruses, and insects.

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