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Continental openfields in Europe and inland                  Spain. Marta Sahagún. 3º ESO 2009-10. IES FRAY PEDRO DE URBINA
DEFINITIONEach peasant’ s lands are not separated, becausethere is no element of enclosure.And collectively among all farm...
Advantages• It met the countrys need for food for  many centuries.• T system provided security -   he  villagers always ha...
Disadvantages• It was very inefficient:   Land was wasted annually by the fallow field  because one third of the land went...
Open-field in EuropeThe openfield system was theprevalent agricultural systemin much of Europe from theMiddle Ages to as r...
ZONES WHERE YOU CAN FIND OPENFIELDS
EXAMPLE OF OPENFIELDS
• By Marta Sahagún
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  1. 1. Continental openfields in Europe and inland Spain. Marta Sahagún. 3º ESO 2009-10. IES FRAY PEDRO DE URBINA
  2. 2. DEFINITIONEach peasant’ s lands are not separated, becausethere is no element of enclosure.And collectively among all farmers, it is decidedwhen to plant and how to plant.
  3. 3. Advantages• It met the countrys need for food for many centuries.• T system provided security - he villagers always had someone to rely on for help and a sense of structure.
  4. 4. Disadvantages• It was very inefficient: Land was wasted annually by the fallow field because one third of the land went unused. Land was wasted with pathways that separated farmers strips in the fields. There were no fences, so animals sometimes wandered around crushing crops.
  5. 5. Open-field in EuropeThe openfield system was theprevalent agricultural systemin much of Europe from theMiddle Ages to as recently asthe 20th century in some places.
  6. 6. ZONES WHERE YOU CAN FIND OPENFIELDS
  7. 7. EXAMPLE OF OPENFIELDS
  8. 8. • By Marta Sahagún

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