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In the beginning of time, there was no such thing as farming. All hominids were hunters and gatherers.
Though, as hominids developed settlements and stopped being nomads, farming seemed more likely(even though the hominids didn't know.)
Irrigation made farming possible. It brought water to dry land, making the land fertile.
Eventually, hominids learned how to farm. It saved a lot of time then hunting and gathering because with hunting and gathering, it's not always reliable; you might not get any kills or berries and then what are you going to do? Also, any extra food could be traded or saved for winter.
Over time, hominids learned which plants grew better than others. They learned which ones grew better in colder environments v.s. hotter environments. But most importantly they learned
Now, farming is a part of everyday life. Without farming, us humans, wouldn't be able to function. Farming provides us with much of the food that humans rely on.
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