Timeline of Agriculture and Food Technology
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Timeline of Agriculture and Food Technology


  • 30,600 BC - Pestle used as a tool in southern Italy to grind oats.[1]

Neolithic Revolution


  • 2600 BC - Large-scale commercial timbering of cedars in Phoenicia (Lebanon) for export to Egypt and Sumeria. Similar commercial timbering in South India.
  • 1700 BC - Wind powered machine developed by the Babylonians
  • 1300 BC - Creation of canal linking the Nile delta to the Red Sea
  • 691 BC - First aqueduct (approx. 50 miles long) constructed to bring water to Nineveh.
  • 530 BC - Tunnel of Eupalinos first underground aqueduct
  • 500 BC - The moldboard iron plough is invented in China
  • 500 BC - Row cultivation of crops using intensive hoeing to weed and conserve moisture practised in China
  • 300 BC - Efficient trace harness for plowing invented in China
  • 200 BC - Efficient collar harness for plowing invented in America
  • 100 BC - Rotary winnowing fan invented in China
  • 100 BC - The multi-tube seed drill is invented in China
  • AD 200 - The fishing reel invented in China
  • 600 - The distillation of alcohol in China
  • 607 - The Chinese begin constructing a massive canal system to connect the Yellow and Yangtze rivers

Modern technological advances

Green Revolution

See also


  1. ^ [1] Multistep food plant processing at Grotta Paglicci (Southern Italy) around 32,600 cal B.P.
  2. ^ James Owen for National Geographic News (2008-08-06). "Stone Age Milk Use Began 2,000 Years Earlier".
  3. ^ Céide Fields. Archived 2012-04-19 at WebCite Visitor Centre Ballycastle, County Mayo, Ireland.
  4. ^ Mohar Singh and Hari D. Upadhyaya (2015). Genetic and Genomic Resources for Grain Cereals Improvement. Academic Press. ISBN 0128020008.
  5. ^ Hybrid rice for Food Security. Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations.
  6. ^ Moskin, Julia. (July 19, 2005). "Tattooed Fruit Is on Way". New York Times.

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