A Textbook of Agronomy by B. Chandrasekaran; K. Annadurai; E.Somasundaram

By B. Chandrasekaran; K. Annadurai; E.Somasundaram

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One chapter/part in Agnipurana deals with the treatment of livestock and another on treatment of trees. 2 DEVELOPMENT OF HUMAN CULTURE The traditional classification of human social evolution is into pre-history and recorded history. The latter follows the invention of writing and therefore written historical records. C. He learnt to control fire, which helped him to improve his way of living. C. B. Leakey in Tanzania, E. Africa. He was 4 feet tall and used crude tools (bones, limbs from trees, chunks of stone).

He learnt to control fire, which helped him to improve his way of living. C. C. C. C. )) is referred to as the ‘Age of food producers’. This puts the Bronze Age onwards as the ‘Age of civilization’, starting towards the end of the Neolithic Age. , (i) Hunter gatherer, (ii) Agriculture, and (iii) Technological civilization. Civilization requires, or may be defined by, settlement in definite territories, the building of 32 A TEXTBOOK OF AGRONOMY towns and cities, the evolution of defined systems of government and the development of trade and commerce.

Sounds daunting. To meet satisfactorily the food and agricultural demands of about 10 billion people, taking in to account the non-agricultural use of the land and seas, will require at least indicative global source use planning. It is clear that sustained rapid increase in crop and livestock yields must be the main stay of future output growth. A continuation to the middle of the 21st century of the expansion of arable land for the next 20 years would mean that virtually all of the potential arable land would be cultivated.

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