Farming Practices And Guide
In this section, the focus will be on the most adapted types of farming practices and guide like crop rotation, pastoral, arable, mixed, subsistence, intensive, and extensive farming, and shifting, nomadic, sedentary, commercial, and plantation agriculture, along with their environment and economic contributing factors. Read More
Producing food and raw materials for humans and animals is called farming. As the weather and soil changed, people began to farm, and farming became a part of agriculture. The same amount of land can feed many more people through farming than through hunting and gathering.
Farming practices are widely adopted throughout the world, with every region having its own local crops, cropping methods, animal species, and technical approaches, and here in this section, we will discuss all of them.
Moreover, we will focus on serious problems that people face while trying to practice farming. Among them are pollution, erosion, disease, pests, weeds, drought, precipitation, climate, and contamination.