South America has a vast arrangement of climate perfect for growing all kinds of crops, has an abundance of crops and land to grow them on, and lots of surrounding water for importing and exporting one of their biggest economic activities, fish. America can help South America become more developed, richer and safer place to
They had very rich soil, which gave humans a reason to settle in mesopotamia and begin farming. People were living in the area called the "Fertile Crescent" to take advantage of the rich soil.. Mesopotamia's rich soil helped humans to settle in one place to farm. So they wouldn't be nomads and go from place to place . This is why I think geography affected early civilization , in many other places civilization didn't begin the best because of its resources the places I named had everything a person need to live and advance in life
The demand for wheat went way up when Europe’s population rose. Being geographically benefitted, merchants had the Hudson, Susquehanna, and Delaware rivers for shipping off crops to the Caribbean. As for colonies in the Southern areas, mainly Virginia and Maryland, tobacco grew a important cash crop. Georgia and South Carolina grew rice, too, having lots of luck after unsuccessfully trying to grow and sell sugarcane. Indigo, which was being used for the dye in cloth, rose to fame as a crop mostly because of Eliza Lucas and her finding out that it needed certain conditions—like sandy soil and elevated ground—to be grown
Tikal and Mayapan are both really big cities and are also cool. I hope you guys will like what I say about these Mayan cities. They both have differences and similarities. One is that they both grow corn and other kinds of vegetables. Also, they both build very very big building with drawings all over it.
Cornmeal was founded by Native Americans around the year 5000 BC. The maize and cornmeal became an essential part of life for these people because it was quick and full of nutrients. Cornmeal was not only a major part of their daily diets, but of their religion as well. When these people prepared the cornmeal, it had a mushy consistency and did not look like the cornbread we know and
While they differ in religious views and political organization, the Chinese and Egyptians have similar agricultural practices and writing systems. There are numerous similarities in the agricultural practices of the Nile, Yangzi, and Yellow river valley civilizations. For example, fertile and infertile soil due to the rivers’ flood plains. In China, the Yellow River picks up loess soil along its route, and deposits it when it floods. This brought abundant harvests to the people of the valley, even before metal tools were introduced.
Some of the crops goes to trading across Ancient Greece and Rome for money and clothing. In conclusion the Ancient Egyptians are smart in many ways, the technology of hoes, nets, brooms to sweep the wheat on the floor, shaking the wheat for the seeds to come out, so they can grow more wheat, storing the rest of the wheat, punishments if the job isn’t done properly and trading with other countries to earn money, clothing and allies. The Pharaoh would be in the tomb with Hieroglyphics on the wall, there is more writing when it is on a higher register. Farming in Ancient Egypt has changed Egypt, just because the
The Africans impact on agriculture in America not only built our economy, but our foods. Gumbo one of the few foods which have originated from Africa. They have also brought Red Peas to America, which have also been made a staple food in Southern American cooking. They also have broughten crops like okra, tania, black eyed peas, kidney beans, lima bean, peanuts, millets, sorghum, guinea watermelon, watermelons, yams, sesame. This completely changes
In order to grow crops, the Egyptians built large basins that helped them divert the flood water to spread throughout the soil. Whenever, flooding occurred, it deposited a rich layer of soil ideal for growing crops. The black soil that was deposited contained rich minerals and acted as a fertilizer to help grow crops. Likewise, the new soil would be lodged on top of the used soil and will help refresh and reshape the surface soil. The surface soil is responsible for storing minerals and nutrients in order for the crops to grow.
Discoveries of new supplies of metals are perhaps the biggest. But the Old World also gained new staple crops, such as potatoes, sweet potatoes, maize, and cassava. Tobacco, another New World harvest, was so all around embraced that it came to be utilized as a substitute for money in many parts of the world. The trade additionally radically expanded the accessibility of numerous Old World harvests, for example, sugar and espresso, which were especially appropriate for the