Invented by Jethro Tull, this allows for uniform rows easier to pick.
Around 1730, Charles Townsend created a four-feild system of crop rotation that allows you to grow more food. By rotating the crops, the soil doesn't become as depleted and can give more nutrients to the crops.
The flying shuttle was invented by John Kay. This invention helped greatly excelerate the process of weaving. One person could now operate a loom on their own.
The Duke of Bridgewater created an underground coal canal to carry his coal. This was much more efficient and les expsensive.
This inveteion, created by James Hargreaves, allowed 6-8 threads on a loom at a time.
The water frame, named so because it is powered by a waterwheel, was invented in 1768 by Richard Arkwright. This machine could produce stronger threads for yarns.
The Cotton Gin
Eli Whitney patented the cottoon gin on March 14, 1794. This machine sped up the process of taking the seed out of cotton, a process the used to take hundred of man hours. This machine made growing cotton much more profitable/
Robert Fulton invented the steam boat in 1807. The steamboat was much sturdier and faster then the boats that used to be used. The were able to carry more cargo, faster.
George stepenson invented the locomotive. It allowed us to moved resources and goods over land.
The diesel fueled internal combustion engine was invented by non other than Rudolf Diesel. This engine was the first to prove that fuel could be ignited without a spark.