Q. 134.8( 4 Votes )
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The factors which led to the enclosures in England were:
A. Increasing population and due to it increasing demand for food grains and other things led to the enclosure in England.
B. The rising prices of agricultural products such as wool, wheat, milk, fruits etc. also played a role in promoting enclosures in England.
C. Industrialisation and war needs made foodgrain prices soar, making it necessary to take steps to increase its production.
D. In the nineteenth-century, enclosures were seen necessary to make long-term investments on land and plan crop rotations to improve the soil.
E. Enclosures also allowed te richer landowners to expand the land under their control and produce for the market.
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