By Kevin M. Fitzpatrick, Don Willis
This e-book presents a very good selection of interdisciplinary and foreign essays interpreting the food-place dating. It explores such themes because the background of foodstuff and agriculture, the globalization and localization of nutrients, and the position of position in defining the wider societal effects of this ever-changing phenomena.
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But after the year 1000, farmers in the northern half of Europe implemented new tools (scythes, carts, plows, harrows, rollers, yokes, shoulder collars) and developed new, more productive cropping and breeding practices (the harvesting and stocking of hay, the stalling of livestock in winter, the production of manure, and the plowing under of organic matter). The resulting new system of cropping and breeding could feed more animals, producing more manure and supporting a far more productive triennial rotation (long fallowing, winter cereal, and short fallowing, spring cereal), which put an end to shortages.
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