Acording to the book 'Guns, Germs, and Steel' by Jared Diamond; Farming is considered an auto-catalytic process because it creates a positive FEEDback cycle (no pun in…tended). A gradual rise in the human population was already occurring during the late Pleistocene era. The rise in population required people to obtain more food to support that population. Once people began to produce their own food and become less nomadic, they could have children more frequently and thus the population rose even more. This is perhaps why farming communities were no better off than hunter-gatherer societies. Even though farmers could manifest more calories per acre, the huge increase in the population meant that they actually worked more hours to produce more food to support all those extra people. This is why modern studies have found that hunter-gatherers enjoy a more relaxed lifestyle than farming societies.
The shift from hunting to gathering and then to farming is called civilization
Each member of the population is striving to beat the other, basically all animals are entered in a competition. Only the best animals will make it to the top, it's the surviv…al of the fittest. The environment can affect an animal's outcome from the competition.
the neolithic era
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No. It takes several years in which you have to practice organic farming (which costs more) and sell your produce as regular crops with regular prices. It also means learning …new ways of dealing with problems and a change in mind frame thing much more long term slow processes rather then immediate results. It also means changing your market and clientele. Quite a few challenges. An alternate answer: Switching from modern farming (i.e. "chemical" farming) to organic farming doesn't necessarily mean more expenses for the farmer. It does entail different methodology and practices, however. "Easy" is a relative term. For some farmers, the switch would never be easy, for others, there is no other way to farm. In terms of a sustainable planet, many farmers feel that organic is the only way to go. After all, until the "modern" era, with chemicals, organic was the way farmers raised crops for thousands of years. response to alternate answer: organic farming is a far cry from sustainable farming in fact for each acre of organic farming one needs 5 acres of non organic farming to produce enough compost for it to fertilize the field. if you were to gather all organic waste in the world and compost the whole lot and spread it evenly all over agricultural areas you'll get about a sixth of the minimum amount needed to grow organicly. additionnaly organic farming requires more labor and produces less product so if you want to change to organic farming and still sustain the current human population you need to cut down more rain forests and nature reserves to have enough agricultural area to grow food. there are many many many reasons NOT to grow organic especially from an envirumentally friendly approach. It also will help if you learn about organic farming as a chemical to change quickly
A method in which farmers move every one to three years to find better soil.
It is extensive. It can be considered whether extensive or intensive by its input of capital, no. of labour, proximity to the market, etc...
Ignoring the mis-quote ; when the environment changes so does the definition of the "fittest".
Technalogical advancement in citie's life and low return of crops and shortage of facilities in filed for crop protection and growing, in my view lead labors to shift cities f…or jobs and availing the available oppurtunities.
Tunnel farming is a successful process
it is process of doing farming in large quantity for commercial purpose using various kinds of machine equipment.
There is nothing as shift alignment. There is something called shaft alignment and it is very important in ships. There is something wrong with the question obviously.
it was not humid enough to farm.
Shifting City was created in 1995.