The Green Revolution refers to the introduction of new agriculture methods that began in Mexico in 1945. The Green Revolution was initiated by the Mexican government to start new varieties of grain in the country to feed... More »

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The Green Revolution is a period of agricultural transformation that took place between the 1940s and 1960s. Characteristics of this revolution include a dramatic increase in global agriculture due to new advances, inclu... More »

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The "Green Revolution" benefits the environment in many ways, but it puts constraints on homeowners and businesses in design, management and use of buildings and properties. The Home Expert Network states that In particu... More »

The Green Revolution refers to a movement started in Mexico in the 1940s whereby agricultural practices and technology created higher crop yields, according to About.com. Dr. Norman Borlaug is credited with starting the ... More »

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The Green Revolution is a period of agricultural transformation that took place between the 1940s and 1960s. Characteristics of this revolution include a dramatic increase in global agriculture due to new advances, inclu... More »

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Intensive subsistence agriculture is a method of agriculture where farmers get more food per acre compared to other subsistence farming methods. This allows farmers to make the most of each harvest. More »

Among the multiple forms of technology used in agriculture are machinery, cooling, plant genetics, modern transportation methods and the synthetic development of animal feeds. Machine use is probably the most common, wit... More »

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