There are no clean and clear boundaries between agriculture and the rest
of society. Agriculture penetrates all aspects of daily living for
everyone on this planet. It is an essential activity for human
survival. There are so many different asapects of producing,
distributing and consuming food. Any attempt to delimit agriculture will
exclude some important aspects of it.
University of Hawaii
On Thu, 9 May 1996, Bill Duesing wrote:
> A document I saw recently indicated that 50% of the workers in agriculture work
> at the retail level, which seems to indicate that agriculture is more than
> farming and growing food.
> Does anyone a good definition, generally agreed upon, for agriculture? Where is
> the boundary between agriculture and the rest of society?
> Bill Duesing
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