What causes shifting cultivation?

The causes of shifting cultivation are as follows:

  • Rise in human population
  • Insufficient land for cultivation
  • Low education
  • High demand for food
  • Policy planning and implementation without local participation

Shifting cultivation is an agricultural practice in which a piece of land is farmed on, only to be abandoned later after an initial use.

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