Where in Asia did people first start farming?
The first agricultural efforts in history were in Asia's The Fertile Crescent.
So the place where farming began in Asia and in the world was the fertile crescent.
Most of the people in the countries of South Asia make a living by farming.
most people mainland Southeast Asia make a living by farming
the most farming in south Asia is Subsistence Farming
They thought the America's would have better food and farming.
Is farming on land that is on a slope.
by farming and arcitactor
Farming is a challenge in Southwest Asia because there is no silt which is fresh soil that is fertile.
which farming method is linked to the physical landsacape of East Asia
It reveals the type of people they are. Also how they are different with other continents. They have trading in small groups of people within their villages, farming, own way of farming.
more people live by the river for better farming jobs.
The terrace farming exist around the world.Not exclusively in Asia, but always in country with mountains and hills. Now why, because this structure keep the water and topsoil. After, you can work on this small platform and produce different kind of vegetables.
around 4000 BC, people inCentral Asia began to tame horses, to domesticate them, to eat them and to use them to carry things.
Uzbekistan has been a center of farming in Central Asia for many years.
Many parts of South Asia are conducive for farming and agriculture, and many people depend on this for income. In farming, many people are needed to help out in the farm, and many farmers do not have the ability to hire workers. Thus, the people try to give birth to more children so that they can help them out in the farm, free of charge.
Uzbekistan has been a major farming center in Asia for thousands of years.
Land brigde answers C. Start doing your own KEystone work.
Asia, and it was first reported in China in 1996.
Yes agriculture is a very important thing for the people of Asia, farming is needed , and the farmers look forward for good rains for their good harvests. But Asian countries face either drought or flooda in lrge areas.
In south asia, they had trade, farming, and textiles
It was the indigenous people:
subsistence farming: farming whose products are intended to provide for the basic needs of the farmer, with little surplus for marketing.
Asia would be the best for farming because of their climate and were they are located on the globe
Farming is a common occupation.
the forst people to live in north america migrated from asia
It is likely that farming first began in the Fertile Crescent of Western Asia, Egypt and India. These areas are the sites of the earliest known planned sowing and harvesting of plants that had grown previously in the wild. See the related link below for more.
Oil and milling, farming.
Farming and agriculture
Yes, there are lots of farms all over Asia. It is a massive continent, so they have lots of farming.
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The first cereal grains, including wheat and barley, were domesticated about 12,000 years ago by farming communities in the fertile crescent region of southwest Asia.
Farming and domestication of plants began sometime around 10,000 BCE. The areas where farming began were the Fertile Crescent in Asia, and parts of Egypt and India.
Yaks are raised in part for their milk in Central Asia. I suppose you could call it dairy farming.
Europeans never had silk farming. That is one reason they wanted a route to Asia so much.
No. The first people came to Norway thousands of years ago, probably from Asia.
The first people were the native Americans that come from Asia and the middle east.
Yes, there are often people from Asia on it. In March 2014, Koichi Wakata became the first Japanese astronaut to be the commander of the space station.
It was first identified in Asia, in China, in the mid 1990's.
slash and burn
Asia.. If your doing PLATO. It's Asia.
The first native Americans are the people who came from Asia. (i think)
Paleo People from Asia
Most of the population of Central Asia is in the southeastern section. This is largely due to the remaining outer land being incondusive to farming and inaccessible to water. Both of these things are vital to sustain human life.
Mainly farming, but they got a lot of factories their to.
Christopher Columbus had forced them with gunpoint to drive them out of Asia
The first people in the Philippines were Negritos, believed to have come from mainland Asia through land bridges.
The first people came to north America during the last Ice Age. the Bering Strait was a Ice bridge between Asia and North America. Humans first migrated from Asia to America during that time.
The Canadians of the First Nations are descendants of those first settlers from Asia.
Southwest Asia; apex :)
There are the furat and dajla rivers in Iraq wich are the biggest in the area and are good for farming.