Agriculture started 12,000 years ago. It started in Fertile Crescent. I began by humans dominating plants and animals
Agriculture was important for human civilization because societies were able to produce more food than hunter-foragers and support denser populations. Having a large population nearby made it worthwhile for farmers to grow more food than they needed for themselves, as they could trade this surplus for other goods.
Aboriginal people grew crops such as yams, grain such as native millet, macadamia nuts, fruits and berries. People reared dingoes, possums, emus and cassowaries, moved caterpillars to new breeding areas and carried fish stock across the country.
Synthetic Fertilizers are “Man-made” inorganic compounds - usually derived from by-products of the petroleum industry. Examples are Ammonium Nitrate, Ammonium Phosphate, Superphosphate, and Potassium Sulfate. Plants require 13 nutrients. Chemical fertilizers add nutrients to the soil, but they don't add anything else.
Plant cloning is the production of a cell, cell component, or plant that is genetically identical to the unit or an individual from which it was derived. choice. Plants have been "cloned" from stem cuttings or whole-plant divisions for many centuries, perhaps dating back as far as the beginnings of agriculture