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WHAT IS AGRICULTURE?
Agriculture is the Science of Farming.
Agriculture in Asia
Agricultural land in Central Asia is mostly desert and mountain pastures.
By farming Cotton and Wheat, Asian farmers have been able to prosper as a whole.
The most important modern development in Asian agriculture has been the introduction of new cereals.
Through the advancements in Asian Agriculture, places that had no food source now do because of change
Agriculture in Africa
Agriculture is Essential to Africa's dry and desert like land
Farming has given more than 65% of jobs in Africa.
Africa's main crops include, cereals and grains which include; maize, wheat, and rice.
The effect of Agriculture was massive, It really brought jobs and hope for the people
The Africans have been know to dig paths or cylinder holes to send water to the crops.
Agriculture in North Amercia
The Agriculture here is more advanced then any other place
Inventive technologies like the plow, tractor, and dustcropper.
Types of foods grown, Vegetables, Tobacco, cotton, wheat.
The use of farming, has created jobs and mainly the country.
The use and practices give many people foods to eat and to live
AGRICULTURE IN South AMERICA
The Agriculture here is based on tradition and practice.
Many farming techniques have been passed down through the years.
South America uses Machines such as tractors, but also uses roof top farming
Nomadic tribes used Agriculture to advance and make their settlements what they are today
Agriculture in Europe
Farming has a big influence on Europe's landscapes and the quality of its environment.
Farmers represent only 4.7% of the European population.
rather than machines Europe developed skills and ideas we all use today.
Using farming helped develop towns and cities by providing stable food sources.
Agriculture in Australia
Australian economy was seen to be ‘riding on the sheep's back'. Agriculture, especially wool,
Australia as a thriving economy with a substantial workforce, because of Agriculture
ingenuity and hard work this has led to Australia becoming a leading exporter of fine food, meats and grains.
fire-stick farming helped farm even the toughest fields.