In which of the following regions are mixed livestock and crop farming most common?
Questions from Chapter 10
|Which of the following is the most common form of commercial agriculture in Europe?||E) Mixed crop and livestock farming|
|After corn, the most important crop in the U.S. mixed crop and livestock region is…||C) Soybeans|
Which of the following pairs of agricultural types occupies the largest percentage of the worlds total land area?
What are the examples of farming system?
- Arable farming.
- Mixed farming.
- Subsistence farming.
- Shifting Cultivation.
- Plantation farming.
- Pastoral/Livestock farming.
- Nomadic farming.
What is modern farming method answer?
Modern farming methods refer to the agricultural production system characterized by the high inputs of capital, labour, heavy usage of farm machinery such as threshers, harvesters, winnowing machine, heavy usage of technology such as selective breeding, pesticides, chemical fertilizers and insecticides.
What problems are associated with modern methods of farming?
Modern Agriculture Problems
- Monoculture. Modern agriculture emphasizes crop specialization, also known as monoculture.
- Genetic Engineering.
- Pollution and Silt.
- Pesticide Resistance.
- Fertilizers and Eutrophication.
- Water Depletion.
- Soil Salinization.
Which is not effect of modern farming?
The Questions and Answers of Which one of the following is not an effect of the modern farming?[2010 (T-1)]a)Soil degradationb)Deforestationc)Decrease in groundwaterd)Water pollutionCorrect answer is option ‘D’.
Is modern farming good?
Advantages of modern agriculture Modern technology has been able to catch up with a growing demand for food by world’s population. An increase in yield of primary crops and lower food prices is as the result of modern technology like new crop varieties, the use of big data and precision agriculture.
How modern farming methods are beneficial for farmers?
(ii) By using these methods Indian farmers became able to produce much greater amounts of grain on a single plant. They now had greater amounts of surplus wheat to sell in the markets, which eventually improved their economic condition.