One of if not the most important factor to our survival, it allows us to feed the very animals that we eat and in general it allows us to survive.
But could insects learn or evolve to develop agriculture?
As seen today there are a few insects that have been able to do something similar, such as ants and bees, with some ant species using leaves to grow fungus to nourish the colony or bees being able to pollinate plants by collecting spores and releasing them to pollinate other plants.
Needs or requirements:
- Needs to be able to use simple agriculture, like making crops and using water.
- Must be a communal insect.
- Insects must be either primarily herbivorous or omnivorous.
- Can use basic items or tools such as sticks or rocks ( will be asked in part 2 ).