Intensive farming could lead to another Dust Bowl in the great plains. In the original case, over farming combined with a drought led to the dust bowl. There is no reason why this could not happen again. Farmers should take precautions to ensue that these dangers are avoided in the future.
The amount of technological advancement that we have seen recently in farming as well as just about everything is astronomical. To think that we do not currently have the ability or forethought to stop another dust bowl is crazy. Today's farmers monitor the soil to make sure that it is fine for farming, which is very effective in stopping this.
No, intensive farming with today's modern techniques will not lead to another Dust Bowl in the American great plains, because the land in the plains is very strong and good for farming. The land can handle this type of intensive farming technique without being damaged. The humans cannot manipulate the land to the extent that it would cause another dust bowl.
Another Dust Bowl in the United States is unlikely, even with today's intensive farming techniques. We know how to irrigate our crops without draining our water supplies. There's no reason that the future should repeat itself once again. Plus, the Dust Bowl can be avoided with greater ease thanks to innovations currently in the works.
No, intensive farming with modern techniques will not lead to another Dust Bowl in the American Great Plains, because farming practices were not responsible for the last dust bowl. Weather goes in cycles. It does not happened because of what men and women do. Modern farming techniques have made farming better. It is disingenuous to blame the Dust Bowl on farming practices.