Branches of agriculture include aqua farming, farming, apiculture or beekeeping, fishing, forestry, ranching and whaling. Forestry is further divided into the four categories of agroforestry, analog forestry, forest gard... More »

There are multiple branches of biology, including agriculture, anatomy, genetics, biochemistry, botany and zoology. Each branch of biology studies a specific aspect of nature and living organisms. More »

Any branch of science that focuses on studying society, the interactions of people or organizations is in the field of social science. Examples that fit this criteria are anthropology, sociology, economics, psychology an... More »

Traditional agriculture is a type of farming that uses techniques developed over decades or centuries to ensure good, sustainable yield over time in a specific area or region. Traditional farms are based around mixed cro... More »

Inorganic farming, more commonly referred to as non-organic farming, is the contrasting method of agriculture to organic farming. Non-organic farming uses pesticides, chemicals and synthetic fertilizers to grow produce f... More »

Subsistence farming is a form of agriculture that is intended to provide a self-sufficient lifestyle for the farmers and their families. The livestock and crops are harvested in order to support family requirements only,... More »

Subsistence agriculture is a farming practice meant to provide self-sufficiency for farmers and their families. It is meant to provide all they need to live simply and comfortably. More »