Essay about The Fertile Crescent

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\Agriculture is also known as farming. It is the producing of food, fiber, feed, and other goods from the growing and harvesting of plants and animals. Agriculture is used everywhere. We use agriculture products everyday starting with the clothes we dress in to the sheets we sleep in. When you think of agriculture, think of the 5 F's. Food, fabric, forestry, farming, and flowers is agriculture.

The Fertile Crescent is an area in Western Asia. The area consists in the regions of Mesopotamia and the Levant, confined by the Syrian Desert to the Anatolian of the north. The cradle of civilization is what this area is refereed to. The region is where the birthplace of the wheel and writing took place. The Fertile Crescent was formulated by
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There are eight Neolithic crops. Those crops are emmer wheat, einkorn wheat, peas, lentils, bitter vetch, hulled barley, chick peas and flax. The era ended when metal tools were developed. This was the start of the Bronze Age. The development of advanced metal work techniques were born. Popular tools were implemented from this era such as tools and weapons. The classic antiquity era refers to the beginning of recorded Greek history. It is known for the period when Greek and Roman literature started. In the Middle Ages, farmers began using agriculture techniques such as irrigation systems from dams, reservoirs, and machines that raise water. These practices developed into a three-field system of crops and the moldboard plow. This was a tremendous improvement for agriculture.

In China, percent of the land is used for growing food crops. Rice, wheat, and potatoes are three of the biggest crops grown in China. The largest generator of milk, coconuts, ginger, black pepper, rice, sugar, groundnut, and inland fish comes from India. The largest crop grown in North America is rice. South and Central America are known for producing large amounts of avocado, chocolate, corn, peanuts, pineapple, papaya, potatoes, tomato, and vanilla. In 1906 to 1909, the United States had an intervention in Cuba. The American governor collected taxes, enforced laws, and promoted agriculture. Cuba relies on its agriculture and has an assortment of crops growing.
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