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Agriculture in Syria
Explores how agriculture is considered an engine of growth in this Middle Eastern country.
# 67298 | 1,394 words | 7 sources | MLA | 2004 | US
Published on Jul 04, 2006 in History (Middle Eastern) , Agricultural Studies (General)


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Description:

This paper provides a history of agriculture in Syria from the beginning of the last century. It shows how agricultural trends have shifted and examines the outlook for the future.

Paper Outline:
Introduction
History of Agriculture
Early 20th Century
Middle 20th Century
Latter 20th century
Conclusion
Bibliography

From the Paper:

"Beginning in 1950, Syrian farmers expanded the use of fertilizers and new seeds, and began practicing new farming techniques. As a result, productivity in cotton, fruit and vegetable cultivation improved. In 1953, agriculture provided 40 percent of the Gross Domestic Product (GDP). Changes in rainfall rates affected crops, with secondary effects on the rest of the economy: trade, transport, and food processing. The low rate of growth of transportation had an adverse effect on the development of important agricultural regions."

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