Muslim Agricultural Revolution  

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Arab Agricultural Revolution,[1] Medieval Green Revolution,[2][3] Muslim Agricultural Revolution[4] or Islamic Green Revolution.[5] is a term coined by the scholar Andrew Watson in his influential 1974 article postulating a fundamental transformation in agriculture in the period from 8th century to the 13th century in the Muslim lands.



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