The Americas is the origin of many crops in the world today. Indigenous Americans (American Indians) were subsistence farmers. They grew a wide range of crops. From the 17th century, many people, particularly from Western Europe, migrated into America, bringing with them skills, enterprise and enthusiasm. They took and established animal breeds and crop varieties, which led to increased export trade.
The countries that make up North America.
The methods that made up Agriculture in North America. (Explain the American contribution to Agrarian revolution (In what ways did the Americas contribute to Agrarian revolution?))
The agriculture that developed in North America was a blend of new and old methods such as:
Unfortunately, the pioneer years in America were difficult, for the new settlers faced many problems such as:
North America is divided into farming zones like:
Agrarian revolution in North America (Explain the process of Agrarian revolution in north America)
How the invention of the spinning Mule in 1791 transform farming in the USA
FOOD SITUATION IN AFRICA AND THE REST OF THE THIRD WORLD
Most third world countries underwent colonialism. This greatly weakened their economies, which explains why most of them had very poor food situations by the time they got their independence.
The main causes of food shortage in Africa.
The possible solutions to the problem of food shortage in Africa and the rest of the Third world
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