History of Agriculture

Agriculture is a basic necessity for all human beings in the world and has been derived from the two essential terms of “Agri” n “Cultura” which means field and cultivation.

It has an ancient historical background initially originated back from 20,000 BC with the domestication of plants and animals. Prior to agriculture, people used to live a nomadic hunter style living as they hunt for animals and move out from city to city with not any permanent place of residence. As the flock of animals started to move to other places, there was having a lack of food supply that was a time when people started a new way of plant cultivation system for a proper systematic arrangement of food supply for them on a constant basis.

The first agriculture cultivation was started off in South Western Asia and Northern Africa with plantation of wild grains, barley, peas, lentils, chickpeas, and linen fiber. From the time on, agriculture farming became a strong need and necessity for humans for supplementing their food supply with the increase in population.

The history of agriculture has been mainly categorized into different stages of prehistory, early civilization, modern agriculture farming, and ecological organic farming.

Pre-Historic Agriculture

The pre-historic era of agriculture describes the Stone Age nomadic hunter living when there was a tradition of making a prey of wild animals to serve as an edible food. There was not a proper arrangement of a provision of the food supply. Due to climatic change and retreating of glaciers, nomadic communities started to have a permanent settlement and initiated cultivating for food.

Early Agriculture Civilization

Early Civilization Era of Agriculture was started in somewhere around 5000 BC. It was a time when there was a significant increase in agriculture cultivation with Sumerian, Egyptian, Indus Valley, ancient Chinese, Greek, and Roman civilization.  The Mesoamerica, Southern America, Northern America, and Australia are also valuable countries to flourish agriculture field farming.

Modern Agriculture Farming

The modernized farming era was introduced with British agriculture revolution in between sixteenth and the mid-nineteenth century. They adopted newest modes of mechanized farming techniques such as four field crop rotation for maintaining soil nutrients and employed scientific fertilizing methods for boosting up soil productivity.

Organic Ecological Farming

Organic Ecological Farming is an eco-friendly way of agriculture farming helps in increasing genetic diversity, natural soil cultivation, fertile soil structure, pests and weeds control. It helps produces crops with better nutrition for healthy root plantation system and also to maintain sustainable land fertility and biological soil activity. It minimizes in-organic waste and maximized crop productivity by avoiding conventional chemical pest fertilizers. It protects the healthy ecological environment with green manure, crop rotation, and mineral.  The no-till agriculture practice helps provide organic productive soil condition with better results.

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