Conventional farming is a term used to designate farming techniques that are traditionally, and often controversially, oriented towards using technology, pesticides, chemicals and other synthetic tools in the cultivation... More »

Farming began during the First Agricultural Revolution around the year 10,000 B.C.E. The Mesopotamians built the first simple irrigation system to assist with watering crops around the year 7000 B.C.E. More »

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According to the Canadian Dairy Information Centre, there were 11,962 dairy farms in Canada, yearly milk production was 78.3 million hectoliters and organic milk production was 0.97 million hectoliters, based on statisti... More »

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Organic farming specifically refers to farming methods that incorporate the use of purely natural products and techniques without the use of chemicals. These include the use of worm culture and animal and green compost f... More »

Wheat farming encompasses the preparation, cultivation and production of wheat as a raw product for manufacturing wheat flour. This includes sowing, caring for and harvesting wheat. Some common wheat products include bre... More »

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An extremely bio-chemically active material, humic acid is an excellent conditioner for organically-deficient soils and has a beneficial impact on the growth and cultivation of crops, flowers and turf. It is not a single... More »

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Intensive farming uses large amounts of labor and resources as they relate to land area by applying fertilizers, pesticides and irrigation systems to achieve a profit. As of August 2014, intensive farming uses high-tech ... More »