Slash-and-burn agriculture is best defined as the process of
cutting plants and setting fires to fertilize farmland for crops.
cutting steps into a hillside to make a flat surface for crops.
using ash from fires to make farmland fertile for decades.
clearing forests to make farmland fertile for generations.
The correct answer is - cutting plants and setting fires to fertilize farmland for crops.
The slash-and-burn agriculture is a type of agriculture that sets the basis for farming by cutting down plants and trees in a forested area, and after that set it on fire so that the ashes fertilize the soil. this method is used in the subsistence farming, and one piece of land is usually used for only few years before the soil gets degraded.
The correct answer is the first option.
A) Cutting plants & setting fires to fertilize farmland for crops.
The cultivation of farming that uses slash and Burn technique to grow the next crop off season is known as fire fallow cultivation. This is done by keeping aside the slashed or sound vegetation a side. So that it could dry up in Sun and it is taken care of that is done before the rainier part of the season.
And then the rest of the area is cut down and deforestation, then burn to grow the next lot of crops. Burning them the Ashes remain in that area which will mix with the soil to make it more nutrient rich as these Ashes contain the best and the nutrient from earlier growing plants.
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