What crops are grow in Sardinia?
Oranges, wheat, lemons, pomegranite, asparagus, peaches, artichokes, myrtle, grapes, beans, tomatoes, potatoes, flax and cotton.
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Maize (corn), beans, chili peppers, some species of squash and tomatoes were some of the crops grown in Mexico before contact with Europeans was established.
Michigan grows the most apples, sweet cherries, and sour cherries. These crops are also know to be the best.
To grow crops you need sun and water over time the crops will grow. Don't give the crops too much water or sunlight or it will overflow.....
Sardinia is an island. So you can only get there by boat or by plane.
Chinook men were fishermen and hunters; women collected clams, herbs, wild roots and fruits. No crops of any kind were grown by any of the Chinook tribes, since there were a w…ide range of wild foods available to them (particularly fish such as salmon).
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Upland rice, manioc, beans, squashes, some vegetables and, to a lesser extent, maize are grown on the Amazon River flood plain.
They grow crops like corn, flowers, apples (fruit and vegetables). They usually grow them in the ground.
Grain is grown in Lithuania, for hay and silage. They grow grain very early in order to smother the production of weeds. Maize is also grown for silage production on some prog…ressive bendroves and there is increasing interest in its use now that early maturing varieties, that can produce a good crop in most years, are available.
People grow crops either to earn money or to eat. People grow cotton to sell and potatos to eat.
There was a lot of corn,beans,onion, and wheat
No. Some crops can grow IN crops, such as with the use of nurse crops, or purposely mixing two different types of crops (like barley with oats) in one field, mainly for the pu…rpose of growing livestock feed.
Average daily year-round temperature and the type of soil.