Yes, there is a difference between agriculture and farming. Farming is a part of agriculture, which includes both farming and husbandry. Agriculture is the research, development, and production of crop, whereas, farming is the implementation of agriculture.
Yes, there are some differences between farming and agriculture. First, farming one of two major groups of agriculture (the other is husbandry). Biodiversity is more apparent in farming versus agriculture along with ecological succession which agricultural practices tend to weaken. Agriculture also covers a vast area including production, research, and development, whereas farming focuses primarily on the implementation of agricultural activities (The Difference Between, 2011).
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