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APHG Ch 10 Agriculture review. Roughly what % of the world are farmers?. A: 50% B: 25% C: 66% D: 75%. Roughly what % of the world are farmers?. A: 50% B: 25% C: 66% D: 75%. Most of the wheat grown in the American grain region is consumed by animals. . T F.

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subsistent farming is
Subsistent farming is:
  • A: farming done to produce excess for sale
  • B: Farming done to provide just enough for the farmer
  • C: Another name for nomadic herding
  • D: Practiced by a small minority of the worlds population
subsistent farming is1
Subsistent farming is:
  • A: farming done to produce excess for sale
  • B: Farming done to provide just enough for the farmer
  • C: Another name for nomadic herding
  • D: Practiced by a small minority of the worlds population
hunting and gathering is still practiced by isolated groups in africa australia and south america
Hunting and gathering is still practiced by isolated groups in Africa, Australia, and South America.
  • TF
hunting and gathering is still practiced by isolated groups in africa australia and south america1
Hunting and gathering is still practiced by isolated groups in Africa, Australia, and South America.
  • TF
which countries produce the majority of the worlds milk supply
Which countries produce the majority of the worlds milk supply
  • A: LDC’s
  • B: MDC’s
  • C: East Asians
  • D: Sub sahara Africa
which countries produce the majority of the worlds milk supply1
Which countries produce the majority of the worlds milk supply
  • A: LDC’s
  • B: MDC’s
  • C: East Asians
  • D: Sub sahara Africa
which of the following is a major producer of milk
Which of the following is a major producer of milk?
  • A: New Zealand
  • B: Australia
  • C: China
  • D: Tasmania
  • E: Philippines
which of the following is a major producer of milk1
Which of the following is a major producer of milk?
  • A: New Zealand
  • B: Australia
  • C: China
  • D: Tasmania
  • E: Philippines
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What is the distinctive type of agriculture practiced in the population concentrations of East and South Asia?
  • A:Subsistent
  • B: Commercial
  • C: Intensive Subsistent
  • D: Nomadic
  • E: Dry land range farming
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What is the distinctive type of agriculture practiced in the population concentrations of East and South Asia?
  • A:Subsistent
  • B: Commercial
  • C: Intensive Subsistent
  • D: Nomadic
  • E: Dry land range farming
which was not an important hearth of agriculture
Which was NOT an important hearth of Agriculture?
  • A: Ethiopia
  • B: South America
  • C: Northern China
  • D: North America
  • E: South East Asia
which was not an important hearth of agriculture1
Which was NOT an important hearth of Agriculture?
  • A: Ethiopia
  • B: South America
  • C: Northern China
  • D: North America
  • E: South East Asia
unique agricultural practices arise in particular regions because of
Unique agricultural practices arise in particular regions because of
  • A) physical characteristics of the land.
  • B) limited knowledge of alternatives.

C) distinctive cultural traits.

  • D) climate.
  • E) all of the above
unique agricultural practices arise in particular regions because of1
Unique agricultural practices arise in particular regions because of
  • A) physical characteristics of the land.
  • B) limited knowledge of alternatives.

C) distinctive cultural traits.

  • D) climate.
  • E) all of the above
of the following which is most likely to be found in ldc s
Of the following which is most likely to be found in LDC’s?
  • A: Commercial farming
  • B: truck Farming
  • C: Plantations
  • D:Mediterranean
of the following which is most likely to be found in ldc s1
Of the following which is most likely to be found in LDC’s?
  • A: Commercial farming
  • B: truck Farming
  • C: Plantations
  • D:Mediterranean
which type of agriculture occupies the largest percentage of the world s land area
Which type of agriculture occupies the largest percentage of the world\'s land area?
  • A: Livestock ranching
  • B: Dairying
  • C: Nomadic Herding
  • D: Intensive Subsistent
  • E: Shifting Cultivation
which type of agriculture occupies the largest percentage of the world s land area1
Which type of agriculture occupies the largest percentage of the world\'s land area?
  • A: Livestock ranching
  • B: Dairying
  • C: Nomadic Herding
  • D: Intensive Subsistent
  • E: Shifting Cultivation
which type of farming is most prominent in asia
Which type of farming is most prominent in Asia?
  • A: Subsistent
  • B: Nomadic
  • C: Livestock
  • D: Intensive Subsistent
  • E: Commercial
which type of farming is most prominent in asia1
Which type of farming is most prominent in Asia?
  • A: Subsistent
  • B: Nomadic
  • C: Livestock
  • D: Intensive Subsistent
  • E: Commercial
dry climates typically practice which type of farming
Dry climates typically practice which type of farming?
  • A: Pastoral Nomadic
  • B: Subsistent
  • C: Shifting cultivation
  • D: Plantation
dry climates typically practice which type of farming1
Dry climates typically practice which type of farming?
  • A: Pastoral Nomadic
  • B: Subsistent
  • C: Shifting cultivation
  • D: Plantation
transhumance
Transhumance
  • A: Crossbreeding of Oxen with Buffalo
  • B:seasonal migration of livestock between mountains and lowland pastures
  • C: Livestock Ranching
  • D: Plant Hybridization
transhumance1
Transhumance
  • A: Crossbreeding of Oxen with Buffalo
  • B:seasonal migration of livestock between mountains and lowland pastures
  • C: Livestock Ranching
  • D: Plant Hybridization
which of the following is not a principal practice of sustainable agriculture
Which of the following is NOT a principal practice of sustainable agriculture ?
  • A: Limited use of chemicals
  • B: Sensitive land management
  • C: Better integration of crops and livestock
  • D: Use of pesticide resistant seeds
which of the following is not a principal practice of sustainable agriculture1
Which of the following is NOT a principal practice of sustainable agriculture
  • A: Limited use of chemicals
  • B: Sensitive land management
  • C: Better integration of crops and livestock
  • D: Use of pesticide resistant seeds
the practice of separating the husks from the seed by beating it on the ground is called
The practice of separating the husks from the seed by beating it on the ground is called
  • A: Threshing
  • B: Chaffing
  • C: Winnowing
  • D: Milling
the practice of separating the husks from the seed by beating it on the ground is called1
The practice of separating the husks from the seed by beating it on the ground is called
  • A: Threshing
  • B: Chaffing
  • C: Winnowing
  • D: Milling
which is not part of commercial farming
Which is NOT part of Commercial farming?
  • A: Surplus production
  • B: Consuming most of produce on farm
  • C: Large farm size
  • D: Heavy use of machinery
  • E: Low percentage of farmers on land
which is not part of commercial farming1
Which is NOT part of Commercial farming?
  • A: Surplus production
  • B: Consuming most of produce on farm
  • C: Large farm size
  • D: Heavy use of machinery
  • E: Low percentage of farmers on land
food production integrated into farming is called
Food production integrated into farming is called?
  • A: Commercial farming
  • B: Intensive farming
  • C: Agribusiness
  • D: Mixed crop livestock farming
  • E) Food processing
food production integrated into farming is called1
Food production integrated into farming is called?
  • A: Commercial farming
  • B: Intensive farming
  • C: Agribusiness
  • D: Mixed crop livestock farming
  • E) Food processing
slide40
According to the von Thünen model, timber production was located in the second ring from the city because of what factor?
  • A: Delivery time
  • B: Perishability
  • C: Product weight
  • D: Labor intensive harvesting method
slide41
According to the von Thünen model, timber production was located in the second ring from the city because of what factor?
  • A: Delivery time
  • B: Perishability
  • C: Product weight
  • D: Labor intensive harvesting method
main reason for crop rotation is
Main reason for crop rotation is ?
  • A: Maintaining fresh products for markets
  • B: Reducing transportation cost
  • C: Responding to changes in consumer demand
  • D: maintaining fertility of the fields
main reason for crop rotation is1
Main reason for crop rotation is ?
  • A: Maintaining fresh products for markets
  • B: Reducing transportation cost
  • C: Responding to changes in consumer demand
  • D: maintaining fertility of the fields
what countries are the leading producers of commercial grain
What countries are the leading producers of commercial grain?
  • A: India, US and Canada
  • B: Russia Canada and the US
  • C: US Russia and India
  • D: Canada Russia and India
what countries are the leading producers of commercial grain1
What countries are the leading producers of commercial grain?
  • A: India, US and Canada
  • B: Russia Canada and the US
  • C: US Russia and India
  • D: Canada Russia and India
winter wheat is planted in
Winter wheat is planted in?
  • A: The spring
  • B: The winter
  • C: the fall
  • D: the summer
winter wheat is planted in1
Winter wheat is planted in?
  • A: The spring
  • B: The winter
  • C: the fall
  • D: the summer
which of the following is not a strategy for increasing food supply
Which of the following is not a strategy for increasing food supply?
  • A: Increasing land productivity
  • B: Identifying new food sources
  • C: Increasing tariffs on exports
  • D: expanding arable land area
which of the following is not a strategy for increasing food supply1
Which of the following is not a strategy for increasing food supply?
  • A: Increasing land productivity
  • B: Identifying new food sources
  • C: Increasing tariffs on exports
  • D: expanding arable land area
which of the following is least likely to be produced in mediterranean agriculture
Which of the following is least likely to be produced in Mediterranean agriculture?
  • A: fruit
  • B: Wine
  • C: Cereals
  • D: Cheese
  • E: Olives
which of the following is least likely to be produced in mediterranean agriculture1
Which of the following is least likely to be produced in Mediterranean agriculture?
  • A: fruit
  • B: Wine
  • C: Cereals
  • D: Cheese
  • E: Olives
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