Who started an agrarian revolution in Mexico?


Who started an agrarian revolution in Mexico?

Mexican Agrarian Revolution:

The agricultural (agrarian) revolution started in the 1940s in Mexico through technology and science, resulting in high crop yields. However, it had a significant impact on the environment due to failure to integrate with traditional Mexican farming methods and uneducated farmers.

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Emiliano Zapata started the agricultural revolution in the Northern parts of Mexico. Emiliano Zapata was a Mexican revolutionary born in 1879 and died...

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