New answers tagged

4 votes

Could medieval agriculture develop without soil?

Grow on the titans While naturally occurring soil is typically a mixture of organic and inorganic compounds, not all plants require any inorganic compounds to grow. Many plants, especially the kinds ...
Nosajimiki's user avatar
  • 89.9k
1 vote

Could medieval agriculture develop without soil?

Yes, depending on how deep the water is. If it's not too deep in certain areas, they could move stones/sand to form the borders of an enclosed area whose height is above sea level, use some kind of ...
Tvox's user avatar
  • 11
6 votes

Could medieval agriculture develop without soil?

You can't "jump in" at medieval times, history doesn't work like that. You need to ask if neolithic humans could emerge, then advance to bronze- and iron-age humans, if something like the ...
Tom's user avatar
  • 8,734
3 votes

Could medieval agriculture develop without soil?

From Wiki : Agriculture encompasses crop and livestock production, aquaculture, fisheries, and forestry for food. Solutions: 1. Easiest fishing fishing farms (may be our water friends love rotten ...
Morresh's user avatar
  • 129
8 votes

Could medieval agriculture develop without soil?

First, if there never was any dry land and this world was not a freak product of a powerful superintelligence, it won't gonna happen. No plant species suitable to live in dry land would ever evolve, ...
Victor Stafusa - BozoNaCadeia's user avatar
11 votes

Could medieval agriculture develop without soil?

Recent studies have found that, very likely, water worlds are not so life friendly due to the severe limitation imposed on the phosphorus cycle by the lack of dry land. Considering that phosphorus is ...
L.Dutch's user avatar
  • 283k

Top 50 recent answers are included