Agricultural Revolution

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.

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How did the Agricultural Revolution plus the Industrial Revolution lead to various 18th century Democratic Revolution How and why did money play a role in these uprisings?

== == the agracultural revolution contributed to the industrial revolution by creating new nitches to be filled an thus giving rise to new inventions the agracultural revolution contributed to the industrial revolution by creating new nitches to be filled an thus giving rise to new inventions Making somthing by hand. Population D. Pollution

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What are the pros and cons of agricultural revolution?

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How did the agricultural revolution change the way people farm?

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 change the way people farm.

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What were the key features of the Neolithic agricultural revolution?

Some key features of the Neolithic Agricultural revolution were the ability to grow basic crops, stay in one place,(small towns could be built), and domesticate animals.

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Where did the Agricultural revolution take place and why?

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

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How did Agricultural revolution affect population?

people could get plants, meats, and dairy products without having to live on a farm so now more men and women could work in factories and less children had to

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How did agricultural revolution lead to the Industrial Revolution?

It lead to the industrial revolution becasue when enclosure (when small strips of land were made into large pieces of land) took place and when there was new technology in the agricultural industry so they didnt need as many farmers as they had so many of those farmers and their families went to the city where all the factories were. the large supply of people lead to factories being successful and well therefore came the industrial.

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What was the effect of the Neolithic revolution?

The Neolithic Revolution, which begun 11,000 years ago, was when societies changed from hunting and gathering, to settled agriculture societies. With this revolution or major change, food supplies became more reliable as people domesticated animals and plant seed. Social and political systems developed in the settled societies.

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Why do some hisorians consider the agricultural revolution to be the most important event in human history?

Because the way the Paleolithic people lived depended on where they lived. Those in warm climates needed little clothing or shelter, people in cold climates sought protection from the weather in caves. Over time Paleolithic people created new kinds of shelter; the most common was probably made of animal hides held up by wooden poles. Also, since they farmed, they didn't have to move from place to place.

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What effect did the Neolithic agricultural revolution have on people's lives?

The Neolithic Revolution allowed humans to receive food much faster. However, bacteria started to become an issue because they were no longer hunting and gathering, people were in one place constantly.

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How did the agricultural revolution affect human population?

population increased and so did population density. also, more people began to rely on crops as a source of income.

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What is an environmental revolution?

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

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UK History
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How did Britain's economy change as a result of the new farming techniques of the Agricultural Revolution?

The labor supply increased

an increase in the labor supply

Mechanization of farmwork meant less human labor was needed, thus freeing up workers for factories. These "new" workers provided the labor that made the Industrial Revolution possible.

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Agricultural mechanisation wasn't significant until the late 19th century. The agricultural growth of 1700-1850 was about improved techniques, not technology.

Workers don't make industrial mechanisation possible, in fact a plentiful labour force initially means there's less incentive to mechanise, i.e. to save labour (cf. China). But as industry and cities grew subsequently, the labour released from agriculture became essential to keeping growth going.

Increased agricultural incomes also contributed to the growth of the domestic market, offsetting low industrial wages in the 1800s-30s, and may have stimulated initial labour-saving mechanisation in industry by maintaining wages in the 1760s-90s.

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How did the Agricultural Revolution help the Industrial Revolution take place?

It increased migration to the cities.

It freed many people from agricultural labor.

it gave people more money to spend on manufactured goods

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Agriculture may have contributed by facilitating capital accumulation, though its role is debated. It also helped later by feeding the growing urban workforce, though food imports increased hugely in the 19th century. With the invention of better agricultural implements, not as many farm workers were needed. these displaced workers moved to the cities for factory work. As the size of cities increased, so did the demand for consumer products. As a result, entrepreneurs and inventors were more than happy to meet consumer demand. Once mass production was introduced, the Industrial Revolution was in full swing.
It gave people more money to spend on manufactured goods.

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How did the agricultural revolution lead to the development of civilization?

Because people back then had civilization going on so that it will develop more equation bacause notification

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What started the Industrial Revolution?

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Was the British Industrial Revolution as much an agricultural revolution as it was a technological revolution?

Not at first. Agriculture may have contributed by facilitating capital accumulation, though its role is debated. It certainly helped later by feeding the growing urban workforce, though food imports increased hugely in the 19th century. Increased agricultural incomes also contributed to the growth of the domestic market, offsetting low industrial wages in the 1800s-30s, and may have stimulated initial labour-saving mechanisation in industry by maintaining wages in the 1760s-90s. But the Industrial Revolution was otherwise initially technology-driven, unlike the improvements in agriculture which had been ones of technique.

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Who invented the seed drill?

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.

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What are the agricultural revolution in India?

RevolutionProductionBlack RevolutionPetroleum productionBlue RevolutionFish productionBrown RevolutionLeather/non-conventional(India)/Cocoa productionGolden RevolutionHoney ProductionGolden Fiber RevolutionJute ProductionGreen RevolutionFood grain (Cereals, Wheat &Leguminous plant) productionGrey RevolutionFertilizer productionPink RevolutionPharmaceutical (India)/Prawn productionRed RevolutionMeat & Tomato productionRound RevolutionPotato productionSilver Fiber RevolutionCotton productionSilver RevolutionEgg/Poultry productionWhite RevolutionMilk/Dairy production (In India - Operation Flood)Yellow RevolutionOil Seeds production

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What moldboard made of cast iron had a central ridge ending in a sharp point that cut the soil and wings that pushed the soil off It was said to have begun the agriculture revolution when it came to?

plow

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What is an agricultural revolution?

Agricultural revolution is when people began to domesticate plants and animals resulting in a reliable food supply. Many inventions were created during this time period, helping to invoke the industrial revolution.

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What was the role of women during the agricultural revolution?

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.

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How did the agricultural revolution change the way people farmed their lands?

farmers were able to work more efficiently

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What were the results of the agricultural revolution?

Enclosures, crop rotation, increase technology

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Why is the Neolithic agricultural revolution considered a turning point in human history?

  1. The Neolithic Revolution was a turning point in history because it revolutionized agriculture! Farming lead to homes, which then lead to social classes, specialized jobs, and larger populations which started villages. There were now farmers, and people started to domesticate animals.

People started to use farming to survive. Because they used farming they could remain on a single area for a longer amount of time. This was a huge turning point because before people where roaming around searching for food but because they could remain stationary for a longer amount of time, they could create villages, cities and city-states and create civilizations and writing.
the neolithic revolution is considered to a turning point because people used to hunt and now they farm,domestication,job specialization,trade which is called barter trade's inventions which is for the Economics. They have political which is planning,organization so they could built house's need for more government. At last but not least is that for social changes is nomadic to permanent community,class system,population increase,writing,religion became more organization.
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