Among other things, vast areas were turned into tea plantations. Answer In India, particularly in bengal, the britishers forced local farmers to plant Indigo,which they exported to European market for largescale use to prepare blue 'dye' for booming industry.The entire land was used for Indigo plantation which left the farmer family starving due to lack of rice or vegetables.
WHAT ARE THE IMPACTS ON AGRICULTURE AND FOREST DUE TO IMPERIALISM IN INDIA WHAT ARE THE IMPACTS ON AGRICULTURE AND FOREST DUE TO IMPERIALISM IN INDIA WHAT ARE THE IMPACTS ON AGRICULTURE AND FOREST DUE TO IMPERIALISM IN INDIA
china was forced to legalize the importation of opium.
It caused much of the islands in Southeast Asia to gain their independance, and to start their own economy with their own natural resources.
imperialism led to deforestation
Imperialism has had drastic effects on agriculture and forestry. Thousands of square miles of forests have been completely cleared to make way for fields.
how did the western Imperialism spread through Africa and Asia so quickly
The affect agriculture had was getting vegetation.
how did the western imperialism spread through Africa and Asia so quickly
European imperialism was motivated by a desire for economic gains in both regions.
it did not affect the agriculture but it did have an effect on the farming