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Grass or other plants grown for feeding grazing animals as well as land used for grazing

Pasture

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The intentional planting of seeds or root plants by humans, rather than wild growth in nature

Plant domestication

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Production system based on a large estate owned by an individual, family, or corporation and organize to produce a cash crop; almost all plantations were established with the tropics; in recent decades, many have been divided into smaller holding or re-organized as cooperatives

Plantation agriculture

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A machine that cuts grain standing in a field


Reaper

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Crop that is reproduced by cultivating the roots, or the cutting from the plants

Root crops

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A flooded field for growing rice

Sawah

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Dovetailing with and benefiting from the Industrial Revolution, it witnessed improved methods of cultivation, harvesting, and storage of farm produce

Second agricultural revolution

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Crop that is reproduce by cultivating the seeds of the plants

Seed crops

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Cultivation of the crops and tropical forest clearings in which the force vegetation has been removed by cutting and burning; he's clearings are usually abandoned after a few years in favor of newly cleared forest land; also known as the slash and burn agriculture

Shifting cultivation

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Another name for shifting cultivation, so named because fields are cleared by slashing the vegetation and burning the debris

Slash and burn agriculture

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Wheat planted in the spring in harvest in the late summer

Spring wheat

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Self-sufficient agriculture that is small scale and Lowe technology and emphasizes food production for local consumption, not for trade

Subsistence farming

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Currently in progress, the third agricultural revolution has as it principal orientation the development of GMO's

Third agricultural revolution

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Farming methods that preserve long term productivity of land in minimizes pollution, typically by rotating soil restoring crops with cash crops and reducing inputs of fertilizer and pesticides

Sustainable agriculture

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A patch of land cleared for planting through slashing and burning

Swidden

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To be out grain from Stocks by trampling it

Thresh

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The seasonal migration of livestock between mountains and lowland pastors

Transhumance

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A model that explains the location of agricultural activities in a commercial, profit making economy; a process of spatial competition allocates various farming activities into your rings around a central market city with profit earning capability the determining force and how far a crop locate from the market

Von Thunen Model

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Rice planted on a dryland in a nursery and then moved to a deliberately flooded field to promote growth

Wet rice

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To remove chaff by allowing it to be blown away by the wind

Winnow

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Wheat planted in the fall and harvested in early summer

Winter wheat

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Also called the public land survey the system was used by the US land office survey to parcel land west of the appellation Mountains the system device land into a series of rectangular parcels

Rectangular survey system

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A rectangular land division scheme designed by Thomas Jefferson to disperse settlers evenly across farmlands of the US interior

Townships and range the system

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A system of land surveying east of the appellation Mountains it is a system that relies on descriptions of land ownership and natural features such as dreams or trees because of the imprecise nature of metes and brown serving the US land office survey a band in the technique in favor of the rectangular survey system

Metes and bounds system

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Distinct regional approach to land surveying found in the Canadian maritimes parts of callback Louisiana and Texas whereby Landis divided into neural parcels stretching back from rivers roads or canals

Long lot serving system