Farming system

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A farming system consists of which 3 steps?
Inputs, Processes, Outputs
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Inputs are divided into which 2 categories?
Natural Inputs and Human Inputs
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What does Natural Input include?
Temperature, Sunshine, Rainwater, Soil, Flat land
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What does human input include?
Organic fertilizers, Labour, Machines, Capital
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What does the Process include? (7)
Ploughing, sowing, transplanting, irrigating, harvesting, weeding, thereshing
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What are the outputs?
Rice, Vegetables, Wastes
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Type of farming: Input
Intensive farming and Extensive farming
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What's the difference between Intensive and Extensive farming?
Intensive: High inputs&small farms Extensive: Low inputs&huge farms
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Type of farming: output
Arable farming, Pastoral farming and Mixed farming
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What are the difference between the 3 types of farming?
Arable: Crops Pastoral:Animals Mixed:Both
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Give me an example of Mixed Farming
Australia-- growing weed and rearing sheep
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Type of farming: Use of output
Subsistence farming and Commercial farming
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What are the difference between them
Subsistence: for themselves Commercial:for sale
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Inputs are divided into which 2 categories?

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Natural Inputs and Human Inputs

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What does Natural Input include?

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What does human input include?

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What does the Process include? (7)

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