(i) Land is cultivated intensively season after season and year after year by better agricultural methods and manpower.
(ii) It is carried on in densely populated areas and the population pressure is high.
(iii) Land holdings are smaller.
(iv) Yield per person is less but per hectare it is more, e.g., Japan, India, and U.K.
(i) Farming practice involving greater use of machinery. It is highly mechanized and the produce is increased by bringing more and more land under cultivation.
(ii) It is practiced in moderately populated areas. The population pressure is less.
(iii) Farms are large.
(iv) Yield per person is more but per hectare it is less, e.g., USA, Canada, Australia.