- 1 In which agriculture most of the production is consumed by the farmer and his family?
- 2 What are different types of farming?
- 3 What is the most common type of farming?
- 4 What is subsidiary farming?
- 5 What are the 2 types of agriculture?
- 6 What are the 11 types of farming?
- 7 What are the 4 main types of farming?
- 8 How many types of farmers are there?
- 9 What is the full form of farmer?
- 10 What are 3 major areas of agriculture?
- 11 What are the 3 major types of subsistence agriculture?
- 12 What are the 10 types of agriculture?
- 13 What is another name for subsistence farming?
- 14 What is advanced farming?
- 15 What are the four features of subsistence farming?
In which agriculture most of the production is consumed by the farmer and his family?
In Subsistence farming production is consumed by the farmer and his family.
What are different types of farming?
Farming are three types:-
- Intensive subsistence farming:-
- Primitive subsistence farming:-
- Shifting cultivation:-
- Commercial grain farming:-
- Commercial mixed farming:-
- Commercial plantation farming:-
What is the most common type of farming?
The most abundant type of agriculture practiced around the world is intensive subsistence agriculture, which is highly dependent on animal power, and is commonly practiced in the humid, tropical regions of the world.
What is subsidiary farming?
The plots of land on which a house and outbuildings not subject to confiscation are situated, and also plots of land needed for maintaining an individual subsidiary farm.
What are the 2 types of agriculture?
Farming is practised in various ways across the world. Depending upon the geographical conditions, demand of produce, labour and level of technology, farming can be classified into two main types. These are subsistence farming and commercial farming.
What are the 11 types of farming?
Terms in this set ( 11 )
- Grain Farming.
- Shifting Cultivation.
- Commercial Gardening and Fruit Farming.
- Pastoral Nomadism.
- Mediterranean Agriculture.
- Intensive Subsistence with wet rice dominant.
- Livestock Ranching.
- Intensive Subsistence with Wet Rice not Dominant.
What are the 4 main types of farming?
Types of farming include subsistence farming, mixed farming, nomadic herding, commercial plantation, livestock rearing, etc. Farming involves rearing animals and growing crops for raw materials and food.
How many types of farmers are there?
The two types of farming, pastoral and arable, support each other and increase farm yield. This type of farming reduces the risk of making losses due to poor weather conditions. For instance, if the crops are not doing well, animals on the farm are still a good source of food and money.
What is the full form of farmer?
Definition. Options. Rating. FARMER. Funding Agricultural Replacement Measures for Emission Reductions.
What are 3 major areas of agriculture?
- Agronomy: Agronomy is about the soil, and how the crops will grow in different kinds of soil.
- Agriculture Engineering: Agriculture Engineering is learning about how the different machines work.
- Horticulture: Horticulture is all about the fruits and vegetables and how to grow them.
What are the 3 major types of subsistence agriculture?
Subsistence Agricultural Regions: Shifting cultivation (2) Pastoral nomadism ( 3 ) Intensive subsistence: wet rice dominant (4)
What are the 10 types of agriculture?
Terms in this set (19)
- Slash and Burn (Shifting Cultivation)
- Pastoral Nomadism.
- Intensive Subsistence.
- Wet Rice Intensive Subsistence Dominant.
- Intensive subsistence non wet rice dominant.
- Plantation Farming.
- Mixed crop and livestock farming.
What is another name for subsistence farming?
• farming for basic needs (noun) undersoil, crop farming, truck farming.
What is advanced farming?
Advanced farming is the application of the right technology in lieu of traditional farming techniques to improve productivity, yield better crops, and minimize manual labor. Advanced farming, coupled with farming management systems (FMS) also help farmers to make informed decisions and track and monitor animal health.
What are the four features of subsistence farming?
Subsistence agriculture generally features: small capital/finance requirements, mixed cropping, limited use of agrochemicals (e.g. pesticides and fertilizer), unimproved varieties of crops and animals, little or no surplus yield for sale, use of crude/traditional tools (e.g. hoes, machetes, and cutlasses), mainly the