Monthly Archives: March 2018

Industrial Agriculture (History Briefly Explained)

industrial agriculture
Many of the innovations introduced to agriculture by the scientific and Industrial revolutions paved the way for a qualitative change in the nature of agricultural production, particularly in advanced capitalist countries. This qualitative change became known as industrial agriculture. It is characterized by heavy...

Scientific Agriculture (History Explained)

scientific agriculture
By the 16th century, population was increasing in Europe, and agricultural production was again expanding. The nature of agriculture there and in other regions was to change considerably in succeeding centuries. Several reasons can be identified for this trend. Europe was cut off from Asia...

Feudal Agriculture History Briefly Explained

feudal agriculture
The feudal period in Europe began soon after the fall of the Roman Empire, reaching its height about AD 1100. This period was also marked by development of the Byzantine Empire (late roman empire with its capital constanipole) and the power of the Saracens...

Agriculture History Through Roman Period

Agriculture History
With the close of the Neolithic period and the introduction of metals, the age of innovation in agriculture was largely over. The historical period—known through written and pictured materials, including the Bible; Middle Eastern records and monuments; and Chinese, Greek, and Roman writings—was highlighted by...

Agriculture History Briefly Explained

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You can read first component of this article here for other four articles you need to to click on the link you want know more about that component. The history of agriculture may be divided into five broad periods of unequal length, differing widely...

Modern and World Agriculture Explained Breifly

modern agriculture
Modern agriculture depends heavily on engineering and technology and on the biological and physical sciences. Irrigation, drainage, conservation, and sanitary engineering—each of which is important in successful farming—are some of the fields requiring the specialized knowledge of agricultural engineers. Agricultural chemistry deals with other...

Agriculture: Everything You Need to Know about

agriculture
t is the science in art of farming including the work of cultivating the soil, producing the crops and raising livestock. It has two main branches1. Crops2. AnimalsForestry 2. Crops Animals 1. Fisheries 2. Livestock Components of agriculture It has four components 1. Crops 54 % 2. Livestock 41 % 3. Fisheries...