Describe commercial grain farming ?
Sign Up to our social questions and Answers Engine to ask questions, answer people’s questions, and connect with other people.
Login to our social questions & Answers Engine to ask questions answer people’s questions & connect with other people.
Lost your password? Please enter your email address. You will receive a link and will create a new password via email.
Please briefly explain why you feel this answer should be reported.
Commercial agriculture, or otherwise known as agribusiness, is a cropping method in which crops are raised and livestock are raised in order to sell the products on the market in order to make money.
In this type of agriculture, a lot of capital is invested and large-scale crops are grown in huge farms, using modern technologies, machinery, irrigation methods and chemical fertilizers. The basic characteristic of commercial agriculture is that high doses of modern inputs are used for higher productivity, such as high yielding varieties, fertilizers, insecticides, pesticides, weed killers, and so on.
Commercial farming is a farming in which an agricultural crop is grown for sale to return a profit. Commercial crop is typically purchased by parties separate from a farm. Tobacco is an example of commercial farming. It is grown largely in semi-arid and rain-fed areas where the cultivation of alternative crops is economically unviable. India is the world’s 2nd largest producer of tobacco.
in commerical grein farming crops are grown for commercial purpose. majorn areas paracticing this type of farming are temperate grasslands like prairies of north america,Pampas of south america and steppes in eurasia.
Commercial grain farming is an extensive and mechanised form of agriculture. This is a development in the continental lands of the mid-latitudes, which were once roamed by nomadic herdsmen.