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Agricultural revolution may refer to:
- First Agricultural Revolution (circa 10,000 BC), the prehistoric transition from hunting and gathering to settled agriculture (also known as the Neolithic Revolution)
- Arab Agricultural Revolution (8th–13th century), the spread of new crops and advanced techniques in the Muslim world
- British Agricultural Revolution (17th–19th century), an unprecedented increase in agricultural productivity in Great Britain (also known as the Second Agricultural Revolution)
- Scottish Agricultural Revolution (17th–19th century), the transformation into a modern and productive system
- Third Agricultural Revolution (1930s–1960s), an increase in agricultural production, especially in the developing world (also known as the Green Revolution)
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