Scientists were particularly interested in the question of how Indians coped with a severe drought
Recent studies have allowed archaeologists to uncover the mystery of the extraordinary productivity that is evident even during periods of drought, which has reached the Indian civilization. Scientists have proved that the Indians were engaged in cultivating different kinds of agricultures.
The flowering of Indian civilization came to 2200 years BC, while it was founded around five thousand years ago. Scientists were particularly interested in the question of how Indians coped with a severe drought, while in the area of strong climatic fluctuations. A group of scientists representing the University of Cambridge, exploring the Indus valley, came across the remains of a very unusual technique used by Indians for treatment of agricultural crops. It turned out that the secret of increased yields from the Indians was the cultivation of several types of agricultures at the same time.
Archaeologists with excavations found that most communities Arabskoi civilization was located in the zone, where the climate conditions are coincident winter and summer rainy seasons. This climatic feature has helped farmers to cope even with the most severe drought, offsetting the damage from the loss of the winter harvest in summer and Vice versa. However, the number of communities has decreased significantly due to the weakening of the monsoons.
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