Agricultural Revolution or Agrarian Revolution may refer to:
- The Neolithic Revolution (around 10,000 BP), the initial transition from hunting and gathering to settled agriculture in prehistory
- The Arab Agricultural Revolution (8th–13th centuries), a term coined by the historian Andrew Watson postulating a fundamental transformation in agriculture arising from the diffusion of crops through the Islamic world
- The British Agricultural Revolution (17th–19th centuries), an increase in agricultural productivity in Great Britain which helped drive the Industrial Revolution
- The Scottish Agricultural Revolution (18th–19th centuries), the British Agricultural Revolution in Scotland specifically, which led to the Lowland Clearances
- The Green Revolution (1943–late 1970s), a series of research, development, and technology transfer initiatives that increased industrialized agriculture production in India and other countries in the developing world
Agrarian Revolution may also refer to:
- The period 1927–1937 in the Chinese Civil War
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