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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 AGRICULTURA ITINERANTE O DE ROZAS La agricultura itinerante o de rozas la podemos encontrar en paísessubdesarrollados y zonas húmedas; principalmente en África, Asia y América Latina. Es practicada por pocos grupos humanos que poseen recursos limitados. Técnicas:-Cada año se tala y se quema un sector de bosque, sembrando después las cenizasuna variedad enorme de plantas (batata, taro..) que se cosechan en diferentes épocas del años.Con los años el suelo pierde fertilidad y se dejaun tiempo en barbecho, dedicándose a otros usoscomo la ganadería. Tibet (Qinghai- Tibet Plateau and the Yunnan- Guizhou plautau The Tea- Horse road brought tea, salt, and sugar into Tibet Horses, cows, furs, musk, and other local products came out. The road was more than 4,000 kilometers long. History of Tea -Discovered in China-Grew naturally in the ground-Discovered by Chinese Emperor, Shan Nong, in 2737 B.C.-Releived stress Europe (West) Tea was used in the higher class in Europe.It was also used as a subtitle for coinsOne of the largest historical events of teawas the establishment of large scale commercial tea production in India. (1820s)India is now one of the top tea producersin the world LOCALIZACIÓN Fabiola Pérez "The story of tea is the story of imperialism, industrialization,and world domination, one cup at a time." (Tom Standage, "A Historyof the World in 6 Glasses"). " "It was the largest and most powerful monopoly in world history." Background Information Outcomes The road was not actually a road. It was quite a dangerous route. It had mountains, forests, and more dangerous obstacles. No other place had had tea before, so it was very popular. This made itvaluable because new countries wanted this new substance.
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