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Agricultural Revolution

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An agricultural revolution is a period of agricultural development and agricultural advancement, including the invention of new agricultural equipment and farming methods. There has been more than one agricultural revolution, starting with the Neolithic Agricultural Revolution around 10,000BC. Followed by the Arab Agricultural Revolution in the 8th-13th centuries, the British Agricultural Revolution in the 17th-19th centuries, the American Agricultural Revolution of the 18th-19th centuries and the Green Revolution from 1943 to the late 1970's.
The Agricultural Revolution ended the need for nomadic society. The Neolithic people could settle down and stay in one place.Also, men were the farmers and hunters, and women were the gatherers. Men's hunting, farming, domestication of animals, and other work became more valued than womens' work,...
If you are refering to the original agricultural revolution where farming was first available then:- Food was widely grown- More food=More people- More people = more farmers= more food- This means a community- More food also leads to other jobs such as :PotterySmithingTradingEtc.
It made it possible for women to support more children, it made them sedentary, allowing them to build shelters, thus also making possible the domestication of animals, it freed most of the time otherwise spent searching for berries, nuts etc, allowing them to socialise, to embellish their daily...
Although brutal since between 5 and 10 million peasants died as a result of it, his agricultural revolution was indeed successful. The Soviet Union's wheat production doubled in just 10 years.
The cotton gin, threshing machine, iron and steel plow
If you call the introduction of feudalism a revolution in agriculture, then there was a revolution, but generally a revolution is not a movement backwards. The introduction of the feudal system moved people from towns to the country. The king, his retainers, family depended on the income from landed...
The modern agricultural revolution allowed farmers to produce morefood on less land. The original agricultural revolution created villages and tribes byallowing people to stay in one location and grow their own food.
Some consequences were that the Early Humans had less time to do  other things, such as have leisure time. Not much socializing was  allowed.
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  == Answer ==   it is a change in environmental conditions, but not just any change but rather a severe change that is noticeable by everyone and it stays that way
population after the agricultural revilution (according to my  history book) went from around 3,000,000 people to over 125,000,000  people 
I can not find any important advances in agriculture that occurred in 1848. John Deere's steel plow came about 10 years earlier as did the mechanical threshing machine.
Government was largely nonexistent in most neo-lithic societies. Towards the end of the neo-lithic age increased competition for resources with rivals resulted in stratification (the process whereby people are divided into different classes) and a central management structure to organise responses...
This is from wikipedia. If you click on 'related links' below the link will take you to the whole article. The British Agricultural Revolution describes a period of development in Britain between the 17th century and the end of the 19th century, which saw a massive increase in agricultural...
The agricultural revolution was the advances in technology that dramatically changed our ability to grow, process and distribute food; the first agricultural revolution occurred when people domesticated plants and animals 12000 years ago; in the 1700's CE, farmers applied scientific ideas and new...
the cotton gin the sewing machine the steel plow the mechanical reaper
The agricultural revolution created a stable food source that allowed societies to develop. Societies became more complex especially with art, religion, structure, government, and technology.
The agricultural revolution made it possible to produce far more crops with less labor. This freed up agricultural workers to do other things, which gave them a greater ability to make money. The growth of towns gave them a place to go and specialize on those things. Both of these things contributed...
The agricultural revolution provided an excess of crops, which made it possible for everyone to be fed by a smaller farming population. This made it possible for peasants to do other things, such as weaving or making soap, on the manorial estates.The growth of towns gave peasants a place to run off...
Yes, the Agricultural Revolution preceded the Industrial Revolution.
Production went down around 90% using European farming systems. Native American systems used a Milpa type of planting system which produced around 30 million calories per acre, where European farming systems produced between 3 and 7.9 million calories per acre. A "Milpa" or "Milpas" farming system...
The agriculture revolutions affected the Neolithic societies because they had to adapt their behaviors from foraging to producing. This allowed them to get food much faster. They also had to stay in one place instead of migrating to find food, however this caused bacteria to start spreading.
The Neolithic no longer had to be nomadic, they had enough food, they no longer had to move around to find nut, berries, etc. People started using other skills like, making pottery, the farmer grew enough food people began trading, the villages grew and the first communities began.
Another name for agricultural revolution
It created extra wealth for the purchase of consumer goods.-appex
one disadvantage was that much land was wasted. because the farmers of that time didnt know how to keep soil fresh after growing wheat and barley, it took quite a while for the soil to regain its freshness again
The plow, the steam engine (which marked the end of use of oxen and draft horses), etc.
Because people back then had civilization going on so that it will develop more equation bacause notification
Prior to the use of the three field system, there was a two field system used. Under the three field system, a field was tilled and planted with a crop one year, tilled and plated with a different crop the next year, and allowed to lie fallow in the third year. By contrast, the two field system...
More food, more people, lower cost, more goods
It is likely women started this revolution, since men were often hunting. Women gathered plants and knew therefore more about them. They also stayed closer to the camp and probably choose at a site where a lot of edible plants grew naturally, after which they started taking care of them.
The overall population increased and food costs decreased.
Goverments were needed to conquer better farmlands
Greater food production triggered a population explosion.
The first people who used a primitive seed drill were the Sumerians at 1.500 BCE. The seed drill was reinvented by Camillo Torello in 1566 AD/ CE. IN 1701 a guy called Jethro Tull improved the drill.
RevolutionProductionBlack RevolutionPetroleum productionBlue RevolutionFish productionBrown RevolutionLeather/non-conventional(India)/Cocoa productionGolden RevolutionHoney ProductionGolden Fiber RevolutionJute ProductionGreen RevolutionFood grain (Cereals, Wheat &Leguminous plant)...
Enclosures, crop rotation, increase technology
The agricultural revolution dramatically increased a farmer's ability to produce crops. The technique of crop rotation allowed farm land to be used continually. Machinery allowed ever larger areas to be worked
it originated in England (if what you're talking about is the industrial revolution).
Farming became a more common thing and people started to live in  permanent homes
I am not going to go into the history of each of those topics, but take into consideration the Columbian Exchange as the very beginning of the other two events, it is when America was first beginning to become the new world, and as time went on, and the Native Americans were made scarce by disease...
The last period of glaciation had an indirect impact on agriculture as humans were hunter/gatherers during that time, agriculture only starting after the end of the glaciation. In high latitudes debris from the glaciers would have affected the types of soil available for farming and river courses...
before the Agricultural Revolution communities were moving place to place to find more food and animals after the Agricultural Revolution the communities found that they can domesticate their animals and crops. Then the communities started to build permanant settlements.
More food better farming equipment and less hunger
Well, one contribution of agriculture to the industrial revolution was an ever-increasing need for more and better farm machinery. In the era just before the automobile, many of the largest manufacturers in America were partially or totally dedicated to producing farm machinery. With the automotive...
Wealthy landowners, began buying up much of the land that village farmers had once worked. The large landowners dramatically improved farming methods. These innovations amounted to an agricultural revolution.
Better agriculture, leads to better feeding of the people, leads to less malnutrition, especially of children. Less infant and early childhood mortality leads to more children reaching adulthood. In adulthood, these members of society produce yet more children. The population continues to grow.
It affected them because it made the situation worser for the children
Scythe horse drawn hoe horse drawn seed drill plough
there were litle farmers that had farms that were owned by big farmers. Big farmers took the farms away and made big farms. Small farmers had to leave the country side and move to a city were there were mines and factories were they could work. more and more litle farmers came and then the litle...
Decrease growing times and increase production and revenues are theeffects of non-orgnaic fertilizers on food production. Specifically, non-organic fertilizers can be designated "NPK"fertilizers because of their weighted contents of nitrogen,phosphorus and potassium. The three above-mentioned...
Agriculture means farming   Revolution means a change.   It basically means changes in farming. Lots of new farming methods  were introduced. At first people owned a few strips of land  scattered over a couple of fields but farmers would swap with each  other so they had a big chunk of land...
Farmers increased crop production during the Agricultural Revolution by using crop rotation.
Crop rotation system developed in Britain during agricultural revolution increase crop yields by increasing nutrients in the soil.
Try to improve the mechanisation system.That will automatically minimize the input and maximize the out put.But one thing not only improvment rather than management is very much necessary & I think mechanisation is the only one option to make the second green revolution in India & that only...
I belive it happened a few thousand years ago when people started to plant food and become self reliant on thier own food. They no longer needed to be nomadic and keep hunting for food. They now had a steady constant supply.
Easy. It affected the transition by becoming a oversized pikachu and electrocuting errbody.
seed drill,cast iron plow,steel plow,reeper,the harvester, the tractor
We could attain more food with less effort, which allows for larger population growth.
It took place in the 18th century, because Norman Borlaug, an american who's interested in science was born and he did a lot of experiments a stuff... N BAM! It caused the revolution.
The agricultural revolution has nothing to do with the french revolution . the agricultural revolution is about the problems in the countryside with food to grow thing and all the rich people had no need to grow foodand the french revolution is the economic revolution
The three field system replaced the older two field system. In the older system, half the fields were cultivated to raise a crop, and the other half were fallow. In the three field system, a third of the fields were planted with one crop in the spring, a third were planted with a different crop in...
seed drill, cotton gin, spinning jenny,steel plough
For the most part, yes. See the related link below.
Agricultural innovations were another important factor. English farmers quickly adopted new farming practices pioneered in the Netherlands. These practices more than doubled the amount of food a single farmer could grow. This agricultural revolution allowed farmers to feed more people. This meant...
Beer was never invented. It was discovered, like fire or water. The most widely held belief, is that it was found in nature, as the very process is natural. Although recipes and conditions are fairly strict for quality control, making beer is one of the simplest things to make. You only need water...
Agricultural revolution lead to urbanization. More food production meant less workers needed leading to movement to cities
 Humans settled down and begun to expand when they started to farm  the land, instead of going from place to place after prey.  
Cultures began to rotate the crops they planted each year. This  helped to preserve the soil so it did not dry out and they received  greater yields.
Because people wanted to eat and so they ate food and then a unicorn appeared which was their god and they said yeah we have uniorn meat with our bendies. ( dot on forehead ). So that made them happy and eat. The end
Charles Townshend ... Townshend became the 2nd. Viscount Townshend of Raynham in 1687. He was an able politician, reaching the position of Secretary of State in the reign of George I. He retired from politics in 1730 and turned his attention to his estate in Norfolk. Townshend introduced a new type...
Charles 'Turnip' Townshend He popularized new techniques and proved that they were more profitable. He: • Introduced the Norfolk Four-Course crop rotation (wheat, turnips, barley, clover) to Britain. Turnips were used as a cleansing crop to allow the land to be hoed to kill the weeds, and...
Farm machinery, such as John Deere's adaptation of steel plows where as before they were made of wood and could not penetrate the hard ground in the Midwest.
He was an agriculture pioneer and he perfected a horse drawn seed drill and later a horse drawn hoe.