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Question number: 764

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In what zone of Von Thunen’s model would the fruit production method of farming best fit?

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Choice (5)Response

a.

Dairy

b.

Livestock fattening

c.

Livestock ranching

d.

Commercial grain

e.

Market gardening

Question number: 765

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What is the process called of splitting existing plants into two and replanting both parts to propagate crops?

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Choice (5)Response

a.

Vegetative planting

b.

Seed agriculture

c.

Aquaculture

d.

Subsistence agriculture

e.

Plantation agriculture

Question number: 766

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The majority of the world’s population that is involved in agriculture is involved in what type of agriculture?

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Choice (5)Response

a.

Subsistence farming

b.

Pastoral nomadism

c.

Shifting cultivation

d.

Plantation agriculture

e.

Mediterranean agriculture

Question number: 767

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The overgrazing of pasture areas in arid climates has caused which problem?

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Choice (5)Response

a.

Global warming

b.

Soil loss

c.

Soil erosion

d.

Mass starvation

e.

Desertification

Question number: 768

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Von Thunen’s model revolves around which of the following fundamental principles?

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Choice (5)Response

a.

Access to transportation improves as one moves closer to the urban area.

b.

The climate in the area dictates the type of crops grown.

c.

In the village system, farmers are involved in subsistence agriculture with an urban area serving as a center point for culture.

d.

The fertility of soil decreases as one move away from the urban area or market.

e.

The farmers in the area are all involved in commercial agriculture, selling their products to a market located at the center.

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