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What was a negative effect of bonanza farms?
Oversupply led to lower prices
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increased fuel cost
They got lower rates from the railroads than small farmers did.pe your *they used up the soil and then left.
to move to a more productive land raising large numbers of cattle.
They got special rates for rail shipping.
they could afford the most modern machinery.
They were farmed by daylaborers or migrant workers
ploughing the field is bad because it can cause soil erosion. =)...
A bonanza (from bonacia, a fortuitously calm sea) can be a windfall, bounty or riches. The term was applied to a valuable ore vein or lode, and metaphorically to any other s…ource of great wealth or prosperity. (On the television series, the resources of the vast Ponderosa were immensely valuable.)
Besides being accused of being a source of the greatest greenhouse gas emissions and the cause of disease, war, famine, and other things that many people find reasons to be su…pportive of anti-agriculture groups and such. But really, farming is the only way that billions of people can be fed without them having to be as people were before farming was founded. You'd have to kill off 75% of the population in order for us to go back to the way that the anti-agricultural people say we should live as.
The negative effects of greenhouse effect is very well known among people as global warming. Global warming is a recent phenomena of the 20th and the 21st century. The adver…se effects of global warming start from temperature rise to melting of polar ice caps and submerging of the islands and coastal areas under water. All that water again heats up and produces condensation, floats to other parts of the world in clouds, and drops down like rain. There is a global climate change from that repeated compounding weather pattern. On land, if pollution and deforestation is not controlled and the greenhouse effect keeps going we could see temperatures rise by another degree in the next hundred years. Then finally, Earth will be a giant aquarium with all landmasses under water. Of course things could improve or even be prevented. Making freshwater from saltwater for supplying our world's drinking water is helping. Bringing saltwater inland supplies fresh fish, faster than having to pollute our environment by using fishing vessels. And watering our dryland with reclaimed wastewater to produce perfectly edible crops has recently shown promise that could ultimately filter down into the earth to produce fresh underwater reservoirs to be used in the future. Maybe tapping into our own oil reserves, growing our own sustainable environment without electrical, industrial, or chemical factors, or finding other uses for water rather than letting it flood us to extinction, can be researched. Also, the continuous technological advancement that the world has today have actually contributed a lot to global warming. Some of these turns into pollution rather than actual environmental help.
What were the positive and negative effects of the Tigris and Euphrates rivers on farming in Mesopotamia?
Positvie: Provided the civilaztion with silt, fertile land, which meant great farming. Negative: Took new courses often which troubled farmers, transportaion routes…, and the city in genreal.
They generate carbon free electricity without any waste products. They annoy people who have bought a second home in the country and want to boil their kettle from unseen nu…clear power stations sited near 'poor people'. They generate low frequency noise and flickering light to those houses nearby. They do not look like old fashioned windmills grinding corn. They only operate when the wind blows. They are situated in high windy places and thus can be seen. Offshore wind farms affect military radar screens. Low Maintenance required.
Many questions and controversies are being raised which are confusing majority of the people. The first fact to understand is that globalization is a stage in the developmen…t of the human civilization. It has started basically because of development of information technology (along with Internet) and surplus capital being generated in the developed countries because of successful research and innovations. The second fact is Additional capital can not be invested in the developed countries because the purchasers are in China and India, because of population and purchasing power. Third fact is that globalization is a stage in the development of human civilization and nobody knows what will be the next stage and for how long the present process will continue. These are the broader facts. There may additions and more fine tuning in the presentation. These facts make many things clear. Globalization is not being managed or caused by any country (USA). Nobody, no institution or country can stop it. The only thing wise men can do is to benefit from it. Corporate agriculture: The implications for Indian farmers Jayati Ghosh December 2003 I Globalisation has already affected the farm sector in India, as in many other developing countries, in a range of adverse ways. The most evident is the squeeze on farmers' incomes, and the threat to the viability of cultivation, which has come about because of rising input costs and falling output prices. This reflects the combination of reduced subsidy and protection to farmers in developing countries, and trade liberalisation which exposes these farmers to competition from highly subsidised production in the developed world. This combination, along with deflationary policies which have hit rural public expenditure, has created unprecedented agrarian crisis over much of the developing world, including in India. However, until now, the Indian agricultural sector had been relatively spared from the most extravagant excesses of neoliberal interference, in the form of the corporatisation of agriculture. That reprieve now seems to be over, as the central government and several state governments in India are gradually won over by the dubious charms of contract farming. This is increasingly being presented as the great new hope and the way out of the morass in which Indian agriculture now finds itself, and is being actively promoted by major international donor agencies as well as by multinational companies that stand to gain from this process, and has recently been promoted by the central government as well. The Government of India's National Agriculture Policy envisages that "private sector participation will be promoted through contract farming and land leasing arrangements to allow accelerated technology transfer, capital inflow and assured market for crop production, especially of oilseeds, cotton and horticultural crops". The NDA government at the Centre has already drafted a model law on agricultural marketing to provide, among other things, legal support to contract farming agreements. Several state governments, in Andhra Pradesh, Gujarat, Karnataka, Punjab and Tamil Nadu, are actively promoting contract farming, changing laws to enable and support it, and providing companies interested in it with a variety of incentives, including lifting of land ceilings, subsidies and tax rebates. Other state governments, including in West Bengal, are under active pressure to change their policy towards contract farming. In this context, it becomes urgent to assess the experience with contract farming both internationally and in the recent Indian context. Contract farming is defined as a system for the production and supply of agricultural or horticultural products under forward contracts between producers/suppliers and buyers. The essence of such an arrangement is the commitment of the cultivator to provide an agricultural commodity of a certain type, at a time and a price, and in the quantity required by a known and committed buyer, typically a large company. According to the contract, the farmer is required to plant the contractor's crop on his land, and to harvest and deliver to the contractor a certain amount of produce, based upon anticipated yield and contracted acreage. This could be at a pre-agreed price.
the effects that volcanoes can do. EXAMPLE: a volcano can suffocate you and more.
The effect of the mayan success in farming was that they began to grow a surplus.
Initial cost of eight month old sheep: Rs. 1000/- to Rs. 1200/- Sheep are sold after 6-7 years old @ Rs. 800 to Rs. 1000/- Rams are sold at less than year and half old @ Rs. …1500/- - 2000/-
Moving onto more productive land