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  • 1. Agriculture….
  • 2. When we hear the word “agriculture” what comes to our mind..?? I think nature , greenery , farmer , etc . Actually agriculture is a primary activity which includes growing crops , fruits ,vegetables , etc . Farmers have to do farming or agriculture to earn some money for their livelihood. In India around 70% of the population earns its livelihood from agriculture. It still provides livelihood to the people in our country. It fulfills the basic need of human beings and animals. It is an important source of raw material for many agro based industries.
  • 3. . AGRICULTRE MODERN TECHNOLOGY TRADITIONAL METHODS METHODS OF AGRICULTRE
  • 4. TRADITIONAL AGRICULTRE METHODS
  • 5. tools and more labour . Rice is the main crop . Other examples are wheat , maize , pulses and oilseeds . Intensive subsistence agriculture is prevalent in the thickly populated areas of the monsoon regions of south , southeast and east Asia .
  • 6. nomadic herding . •Shifting cultivation : Shifting cultivation is practised in thickly forested areas of Amazon basin , tropical Africa , parts of southeast Asia and northeast India .Shifting cultivation is also known as jhumming , milpa , roca ,ladang ,etc .
  • 7. •Nomadic herding : Nomadic herding is practised in the semi-arid and arid regions of Sahara , Central Asia and some parts of India like Rajasthan and Jammu Kashmir . In this type of farming , herdsmen move from place to place with their animals for fodder and water , along defined routes . Sheep , camel , yaks and goats are most commonly reared .
  • 8. farming , mixed farming & plantation agriculture . Commercial grain farming : In it crops are grown for commercial purpose . Wheat and maize are common commercially grown grains . Mixed Farming : In it the land is used for growing food and fodder crops and rearing livestock .It is grown in Europe , Argentina .
  • 9. Plantation Agriculture : Plantation is a type of commercial farming where single crop of tea , coffee , cashew , etc . Large amount of labour and capital are required .
  • 10. are grown to meet the requirement of the growing population . Crops also supply raw materials for agro based industries . Major crops are rice , wheat , millets , maize , cotton , jute , coffee , tea .
  • 11. used . Due to agricultural development in India irrigation is done by different methods like drip irrigation , sprinkler system ,etc . Farm in USA : The average size of a farm in the USA is much larger than that of an Indian farm .They use tractors , seed drills ,leveller , combine harvester and thresher to perform various agricultural practices .
  • 12. Thankyou….