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What crops were grown in North Carolina?
corn, wheat, oats, tobacco indigo and rice.
tobacco and cotton!
It is wheat and in the south it is olives.
- Corn - Barley - Canola - Soybeans - Wheat - Rye - Tomatoes - Potatoes - Cranberries - Rice - Apples - Oranges - Lettuce - Blueberries - Peas - Beans - Lentils - Hay - Raspbe…rries - Strawberries - Huckleberries - Saskatoons (Canadian, primarily) - Pears - Cucumbers - Zuccini - Squash - Pumpkins - Spinach - Olives - Grapes Ultimately, almost every crop imaginable can be grown in North America.
tuns of stuff that is good!
Tabacco corn sweet potatoes cotton and lots more
1)tabacco 2)cotton 3)soybeans 4)corn 5)peanuts
Canola, lentils, field peas, spring wheat, durum, barley, sunflowers, dry edible beans, pinto beans, flax seed, honey, sugar beets, potatoes, corn, canola, and oats are grown …in North Dakota.
Soybeans, tobacco, cotton, corn, peaches, pecans, hay, pasture/hay legumes and grasses, oranges, etc.
In Farm Crops
China's crops are grown in the north because of the Chang Jiang (Yangtze River) and the Huang He (Yellow River). They provide rich and fertile soil to grow on.
What cash crop was grown in the low swampy lands in southern North Carolina South Carolina and Georgia?
They could grow rice in swampy areas.