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Tell me an example Definition – Explain in of this…HOW it applies your own words to the concept and WHY Vocabulary Word it applies to AP HUG 1. Agribusiness 2. This is commercial agriculture produced for the population and in large quantities. This is done by large companies and fo the food processing industry An example of this would be Tyson Chicken or Johnsonville pork. It's applicable to geography because the production selling foods globally feeding people across the world. Agricultural Hearths 3. Agriculture 4. Biotechnology 5. Cash Crops 6. Cereal Grains 7. Columbian Exchange 8. Combine It cleans grains while it moves over a field. 9. Commercial Agriculture Agriculture by large companies for sale of farm like Tyson They are driven across the field to pick up certain parts of plants It relates to geography because people across the glove benefit from it financially and health wise. Tyson would be an example of this or TGLee 10. Commercial Fruit and Gardening Agriculture 11. Commodity chain 12. Corn Belt 13. Crop Rotation 14. Dairy Farming 15. Desertification 16. Double Cropping 17. Erosion 18. Extensive Subsistence Agriculture 19. Fallow 20. Fertilizers 21. Genetically Modified Organisms 22. Grain Farming 23. Green Revolution 24. Horticulture 25. Intensive Subsistence Agriculture 26. Intertillage 27. Irrigation 28. Livestock Ranching 29. Luxury Crops 30. Mediterranean Agriculture 31. Milkshed 32. Mixed crop and Livestock Farming 33. Monoculture 34. Neolithic Revolution 35. Organic Agriculture 36. Paddy 37. Pastoral Nomadism 38. Pasture 39. Pesticides 40. Plantation Farming 41. Primary Sector 42. Prime Agriculture Land 43. Primogeniture 44. Quaternary Sector 45. Quinary Sector 46. Reaper 47. Root Crops 48. Sawah 49. Secondary Sector 50. Seed Agriculture 51. Shifting Cultivation 52. Slash and Burn Agriculture 53. Spring Wheat 54. Subsidies 55. Sustainable Agriculture 56. Swidden 57. Tertiary Sector 58. Transhumance 59. Truck Farming 60. Vegetative Planting 61. Wattle 62. Winter Wheat Important Geographers Theory – Describe or explain in your own words Carl Sauer Von Thunen Norman Borlaug Ester Boserup Lester Brown Judith Carney
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Tell me an example
Definition – Explain in

of this…HOW it applies to

your own words

the concept and WHY it

Vocabulary Word
applies to AP HUG

1. Agribusiness

2.

Agricultural

Hearths

3.

4.

Agriculture

Biotechnology

5.

Cash Crops

6.

Cereal Grains

This is commercial
agriculture produced for
the population and in large
quantities. This is done by
large companies and for
the food processing
industry

An example of this would be
Tyson Chicken or Johnsonville
pork. It's applicable to
geography because the
production sells foods globally
feeding people across the world.

It is known as the place
where a crop is known to
have originated before
spreading around the world.

It is the "birthplace" of a crop.
Squash, potato, cocoa, and corn are
crops that originated in Southern
Mexico.

Agriculture is a practice
since ancient times which
results in food and products
to subsist and survive, this
practice has factors
depending on the climate,
location and type of land is
done, which makes it a
practice of great dedication.
Biotechnology is the use of
technologies in living
organisms for the
development and
improvement of certain
products such as food and
medicines.

It is an agricultural crop that
is grown to sell for profit.

Cereals Grains could be
defined as the healthy,
whole, dried fruits of the
grass family.

The raising of animals or the
growing of crops on tended land to
obtain food for primary
consumption by a farmer's family
or for sale off the farm.

It is applied in different sectors to
help optimize the performance of
products and is mainly applied in
the areas of pharmacology,
agriculture and the environment.
Cash crops are grown for direct
sale in the market, rather than for
family consumption or to feed
livestock. Coffee, cocoa, tea,
sugarcane, cotton, and spices are
some examples of cash crops.
The three most important food
crops in the world are rice, wheat,
and corn. The three cereal grains
directly contribute more than half

7.

Columbian

Exchange

8.

Combine

The Columbian Exchange
refers to the transfer of
species of life, human
populations, technologies
and ideas that followed the
discovery of America by
Christopher Columbus in
1492.
It cleans grains while it
moves over a field.

9.

Commercial

Agriculture

10.

Agriculture

11.

It deals with the study,
planting and production of
fruit trees and shrubs.

Commodity

A system or network of
companies that are used to
move a product from its
manufacturer to the
customer.

Corn Belt

It was a major corn-growing
area of the Midwestern
United States.

chain

12.

Agriculture by large
companies for sale of farm
like Tyson

Commercial

Fruit and Gardening

of all calories consumed by human
beings.
The Colombian exchange greatly
expanded the scope of production
of some popular foods, bringing
the pleasures of coffee, sugar,
potatoes, etc. to many millions of
people. The results of this
exchange reshaped the biology of
both regions and altered world
history.
They are driven across the field
to pick up certain parts of plants
It relates to geography because
people across the glove benefit
from it financially and health
wise. Tyson would be an
example of this or TGLee
Commercial gardening and fruit
farming is cultivating for a bigger
scope to create food in mass. Fruit
farming is the development of
organic product crops, including
nuts, fundamentally for use as
human food. Cereals and grains
(rice, wheat, and so on) are
cultivated with huge scope for
commercial sale.
They allow for the reduction of
conventional input costs such as
labour and raw materials.
The manufacture of electric
machines can be seen as an
example of producer-driven
commodity chains.
The region is characterized by
level land, deep fertile soils, and a
high organic soil concentration
As of 2008, the top four cornproducing states were Iowa,
Illinois, Nebraska, and Minnesota,
accounting for more than half of

the corn growth in the United
States.

13.

14.

Crop Rotation

Dairy Farming

15.

Desertification

16.

Double

Cropping
17.
18.

High mass production of
milk from domestic animals.

Desert...


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