2. systems of agriculture

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2. systems of agriculture

  1. 1. According to…CROP DIVERSITY
  2. 2. SINGLE CROP FARMING (MONOCULTURE) Only one type of crop is planted and harvested
  3. 3. MULTIPLE CROP FARMING (POLYCULTURE) More than one types of crop are planted and harvested
  4. 4. According to…IRRIGATION
  5. 5. WITH IRRIGATION Water irrigation Is used to help crops grow
  6. 6. WITHOUT IRRIGATION Water irrigation is not used to help crops grow
  7. 7. According to…Farming techniques
  8. 8. INTENSIVE FARMING
  9. 9. New technologies and chemicals are used, as well as irrigation and greenhouses
  10. 10. EXTENSIVE FARMING
  11. 11. A large area of land is cultivated, planted and harvestedwithout the use of new technologies, pesticides etc.
  12. 12. Vineyard, cereal and olive crops are produced in this manner in the Mediterranean area
  13. 13. According to…STRUCTURE
  14. 14. BOCAGE
  15. 15. Parcels of land are separated by hedges, stone walls or wooden fences
  16. 16. OPEN FIELD AGRICULTURE
  17. 17. An agricultural area not divided up by hedges
  18. 18. RECENT APPROACHES
  19. 19. GREEN REVOLUTION We obtain genetically modified food: resistant to pests…
  20. 20. Crops are selected and the strongest ones chosen
  21. 21. ORGANIC FARMING
  22. 22. Chemicals, artificial fertilisers or insecticides are not used
  23. 23. ARISTOTELES “Nature”MINERALS VEGETABLES ANIMALSGrow Grow GrowX Live Live LiveX Feel X Feel Feel “Plant cultivated for food, edible herb or root”
  24. 24. CEREALS LEGUMES VEGETABLES FRUIT MUSHROOM PULSE PODS

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