types of farming in Asia

types of farming in Asia

There are four farming methods used by the Asians. First, the shifting is the oldest agricultural method. It is also called a "slash-and-burn method" where the soil is cleaned by cutting and burning trees in it, after which the soil is planted with grains. It is called the "craving system" in the Philippines.

It is an unpleasant part because two to three years, the loss of productivity or fertility is lost. As a result, it will again cleanse the forest area using the same process that causes forest deforestation or deforestation.

The shifting agriculture is being carried out in some parts of South East Asian region where rain is abundant because of the monsoon that the trees can grow here. Agricultural products such as yam and tapioca are grown in these parts of the region.

The second type of agriculture is subsistence agriculture carried out by most peasants in South and Southeast Asia. In this way, farms are small and are practicing the traditional farming system. Large parts of Asia are in tropical regions with hot, wet, and dry weather so they can harvest twice a year.
The third type of agriculture is the plantation agriculture r commonly practiced in India, Sri Lanka, Malaysia, Indonesia, and the Philippines. In this way, vast land is cultivated only by crops such as rubber trees, tubes, coffee, tea, and banana exports.

The fourth type of agriculture is the extensive agriculture undertaken in parts of North-central Asia including Siberia. Due to the extent of farms and small population density, it is not possible to do manual labor. The machinery is used to perform almost all farm work. The wheat is primarily planted here.

major crops of Asia

Estimated & landed lands in Asia are crops for food. The main food of Asian rice and wheat. The rice is tropical crops of the monsoon regions in Asia. More than 90% of rice production in the world comes from China and India. Other large producers of rice are the. Japan, Bangladesh, Myanmar, Indonesia, and Thailand. Meanwhile, wheat is a plant of subtropical I and temperate regions in Asia. This t section of Asia is usually cold and receives only a small amount of rain. Wheat is widely grown in Siberia, countries in North-central Asia, northern China, India, Pakistan, and some Western Asian countries. In India and Pakistan, wheat is grown during winter. Millets such as jowar, bajra, and yeast are planted in soils that cannot be harvested due to the lack of water supply, they are used as food for humans and pets.

The “cash crop” like sugar cane, tea, rubber, and jute are cultivated in China, India, Pakistan, Turkey, Syria, Nepal, and Bangladesh. China, India, Pakistan, Turkey, Syria, and Uzbekistan are leading the production of cotton. India and China are the second and fourth largest producer countries in the pipeline. China, India, Indonesia, Sri Lanka, and Japan are the top producers of tea. The jute is best planted in the Ganga-Brahmaputra River delta. They are used for making sacks. Bangladesh is the world's leading jute producer followed by India. Almost 90% of raw rubber comes from Malaysia, Thailand, Indonesia, and Sri Lanka. Malaysia ranks first on rubber production worldwide. The Philippines is known as one of the leading producers and exporters of copra from coconut trees. In Israel, oranges are widely grown as the main product exported by the country.

Southeast Asia is also leading the development of tropical fruits such as mango, papaya, and pineapple. India is the world's largest producer of mangoes, equivalent to 40% of production in 2013. Meanwhile, Thailand and the Philippines are countries that are manufacturing pineapple production in the region. One of the top 3 exported Philippine products known in the world is Dole Pineapple