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Stop acting like you're from the Stone Age and pull yourself together! You don't know what farming is?!
You grow crops by first, finding a clear space, second, digging a hole in that place, third, dropping the seeds of the crop you want to grow in the hole, last, put dirt on top of the seeds and water where you put the seeds. A couple of days later, you will find a tiny plant starting to grow out of the soil.
Hmm... that is pretty cool.
Now how do I get back to the Stone Age.
When farming came, this meant that people didn't have to keep traveling to find food. People instead settled, built large communities, and began to grow crops and raise animals on nearby lands.
About 12,000 years ago, hunter-gatherers began to farm. First they grew crops like peas, lentils, and barley. Farming began to develop in parts of Europe, Asia Africa, and the Americas.
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