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Agricultural practices amd products of Ancient China

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Britney Moy

on 30 January 2013

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Agricultural Practices and Products of Ancient China By Britney Moy Crops Some of the crops grown in Ancient China were rice, tea, peaches, millet, wheat, cabbage, soybeans, peas, and bamboo shoots. Animals Animals raised in Ancient China were Giant Pandas, cattle, yaks, deer, reindeer, elephants, chickens, tigers, sheep, cows, and camels. Landforms Some of the landforms in Ancient China were the Yellow River, the Yangtze River, the Himalayas, the Gobi Desert, and the Taklamakan Desert. Irrigation For Irrigation the chinese used canals and floods. Some of the most popular canals were the Six Canals, the Bai Canal, and the Grand Canal. Sources Google.com www.historyforkids.com www.ducksters.com Jan 24, 2013 Impact on Society Without Agriculture, the people of china wouln't be able to survive and China wouldn'd be the country it is today. Interesting Fact: In 618 A.D, Chinese farmers developed a new kind of rice that grew well in poor soil, because of this the population in China dramatically increased .
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