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How did the four crop rotation improve farming?
Hereof, what did the 4 crop rotation method do?
Four-field rotation The sequence of four crops (wheat, turnips, barley and clover), included a fodder crop and a grazing crop, allowing livestock to be bred year-round. The four-field crop rotation became a key development in the British Agricultural Revolution.
Also, how did crop rotation change? How did crop rotation change in the Agricultural Revolution in comparison to earlier societies? Cultures began to rotate the crops they planted to preserve the and get greater amounts of crop. The seed drill would evenly distribute the seeds in order to get maximum crops.
Also question is, how did crop rotation increase production in the agricultural revolution?
Explanation: The process of crop rotation increased productivity because it ensured that the land could remain productive for longer periods of time. Before this, farmers had to let some fields lie fallow for some time in order for the soil to replenish nutrients and be able to yield adequate crops again.
What are the benefits of using crop rotation?
Advantages of Crop Rotation
- Increases soil fertility.
- Increases crop yield.
- Increase in soil nutrients.
- Reduces soil erosion.
- Limits concentration of pests and diseases.
- Reduces the stress of weeds.
- Improves the soil structure.
- Reduces pollution.