IB GEOGRAPHY HL
Mar 24, 2003
A Study On Agriculture Systems
Intensive subsistence farming system utilizes a small area of land but with a high input of labour and sometimes capital on unit land. Scale of intensive subsistence farming is usually small, with the purpose of self-survival rather than maximizing profits.
Crops raised are normally consumed locally. The small scale and low capitol input of intensive subsistence farming system greatly limits availability of
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