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The Second Agricultural Revolution

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Maggie Zheng

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Transcript of The Second Agricultural Revolution

Why did this event occur?
What was the second agricultural revolution?
When did this occur?
Where did this happen?
Who were involved in this revolution?
How did this occur?
The innovations and ideas such as crop rotation, the Dutch plow, the seed drill, fertilizers, tractors, and threshing machines.


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Who were involved in this revolution?
Jethro Tull invented the seed drill, which shortened the time needed for planted.

Lee Liu studied the spatial pattern of agricultural production in one province in China
The Second Agricultural Revolution
By: Truman Antah, Bliss Hutchings, Savannah Lyons, Carter Marks, Maggie Zheng
The second agricultural revolution shifted the foundation of agriculture from the sun to a new reliance on fossil fuel.
This period saw the development of new farming machinery. The revolution's major impact was the reduction in the number of people needed to operate farms.

Late 1700s- late 1800s
Great Britain, Netherlands, Denmark, and neighboring countries
The second agricultural revolution occurred to increase food production and allow for farmers to move to urban areas for factory work.
( Historians dispute when and how the agricultural revolution was accomplished. Consideration of food consumption demands convinced most that the agricultural revolution exactly coincided with the Industrial Revolution. )
Johann Heinrich created the Thümen Model, which is often described as the first effort to analyze the spatial character of economic activity.

Hall McCormick is credited as the inventor of the mechanical reaper, which greatly quickened farm work.
Tull's seed drill
the Von Thünen Model
Crop Rotation
Tractors
Mechanical Thresher
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