Shifting cultivation and its disadvantages

Abstract


Lavleen Kaur*

Shifting cultivation is an agricultural system wherein plot of land are developed for a brief time, then, at that point deserted while post-unsettling influence neglected vegetation is permitted to openly develop while the cultivator continues forward to another plot. The time of development is normally ended when the dirt gives indications of depletion or, all the more usually, when the field is invaded by weeds. The timeframe that a field is developed is typically more limited than the period over which the land is permitted to recover by lying decrepit. At a specific point on schedule, a minority of 'fields' are in development and a greater part are in different phases of regular re-development.

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