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arable farming

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Julia Borella

on 29 November 2012

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Transcript of arable farming

Human Inputs labour Physical Inputs Outputs Processes harrowing cereals and grains
fodder (animal food) soil Arable Farming By Markus, Priska, Rachel, Anton and Julia B The System Locations in Europe Phases on Farms Challenges and Changes Inputs mechanization marketing seeds pesticides fertilizer crop rotation An arable farm as a system relief temperature rainfall sunshine seasons ploughing fertilizing sowing treating for controls harvesting storage transport processing Bibliography http://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/standard/geography/farming/agribusiness/revision/1/
Lesson Notes Changes and Challanges Recent changes in arable farming Most of the changes are associated with the growth of agribusiness. Agribusiness is a term, used to describe all business associated with agriculture or farming. Like food production, seed supply, farm machinery, agrichemicals, wholesale and distribution, processing, marketing and sales. - farms are owned by big companies and corporations, like food processing firms, supermarkets, insurance companies etc.
-hedgerows have been removed from most farms, allowing access for huge farm machinery, which have increased in since they have been modernized
-farms have merged to make even bigger farms, so now they're almost huge farm/factories Challanges -adapting and modernizing farm equipment and systems
-getting back in profits, from what is invested Agribusiness Cycle Arable farming is mostly concentrated in central Europe. The optimal place for arable farming is in a low flat region. The climate also affects where arable farms are placed. The weather needs to be warm and dry. The land needs to be very fertile for maximum efficiency. In this photo you can see the percentage of arable land in the world. Bibliography:
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