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What do Italian farmers grow?
Rice and tomatoes are products that Italian farmers grow for export. They also are known for their fruit harvests and products from lemon and orange orchards. Additionally, they're strong in the production of grapes and olives.
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They hoped the crops would bring more money
Mate, Asdo, Humita, milanesa, Empanadas, alfajores.
Egyptians grew crops such as wheat, barley, vegetables, figs, melons, pomegranates and vines. They also grew flax which was made into linen.The most important crop was grain. …The ancient Egyptians used grain to make bread, porridge and beer. Grain was the first crop they grew after inundation (flooding season). Once the grain was harvested, they grew vegetables such as onions, leeks, cabbages, beans, cucumbers and lettuce. Farmers planted fruit trees and vines along paths, to give shade as well as fruit.
Crops: Wheat, soybeans, sunflowers, corn.... Livestock: Cattle, sheep sunflowers ,corn ,and soybeans,wheat
Producers have problems with such things as hail, high winds causing lodging in crops, drought, flooding, disease and weeds. They will also have challenges with insects, pests… (such as deer), poor soil quality/nutrition, and soil erosion.
Primarily wheat, but they are also known for oats, barley and sugar beets.
They grew mostly grapes, olives, wheat, and barley.
No, unless you have a green house Bananas will not survive the harsh winters of northern states.
farmers grow corn, wheat, fruit and vegetables, barley, kale , oats, rapeseed, etc.
Farmers grow crops because people want crops and are too lazy to make them on their own sometimes. So farmers make their crops, put some to the side for themselves, and then s…ell them to the store and they sell it to us.
Because legumes/beans etc. is a strong industry in agriculture and they also grow them for food.
they used water and cow manure to fertilize the crops just right
Some things the Mayans farmers grew were corn, cocoa bean trees, watermelons and even things we grow in north America.
They are hybrid plants. Specifically grown to be seedless. I guess you could call them "engineered plants."
Dairy farmers grow dairy and the have horses. All true, at least in our case. We do have cows and horses. We grow hay and corn. We also have small crops of pumpkins, oats, hav…e chickens for eggs, and even a few peacocks. In terms of growing, I would say Corn, Hay and oats are fairly normal for our area.