The answer to this question in obviously NO.
What is agriculture?
Agriculture is both the theoretical study and practical application of farming, such as the cultivation of cereals.
As the Bronze Age development of the Fertile Crescent in the Middle East birthed modern civilisation, agricultural advances have come to define human progress.
Following inventions and innovations ranging from the seed drill to fertilising crops by drone, the past few centuries have seen farming become a science.
However, there still remain huge opportunities for research and development in the agricultural sector, which to this day is one of the largest employers worldwide. Careers can be fashioned in both the ongoing schemes to eradicate food poverty through education of self-sufficient farming methods and soil sciences, and in the groundbreaking developments of genetically modified (GMO) crops - or even synthetically manufactured meat.
What do you learn on an agriculture degree?
A BSc, or college degree, in farming will be a three or multi-year course, however, applied examination can be taken to a doctoral level. Numerous courses will be firmly connected with nearby enterprises, and may even keep up a small scale ranch nearby for understudies.
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