What do Italian farmers grow?
farmers grow corn, wheat, fruit and vegetables, barley, kale , oats, rapeseed, etc.
They are hybrid plants. Specifically grown to be seedless. I guess you could call them "engineered plants."
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.
Wheat, corn, barley, livestock, legumes, lentils, oilseed crops, etc.
They grow wheat, rice, fruits and some other stuff...
i think they grow grapes tomatoes and olives
It is impossible to know who the first farmer to grow organic potatoes was. While more farmers grow inorganically now, before the development of synthetic fertilizers and pest…icides, all farmers grew organically.
It depends on where these "early farmers" you're referring to are from, and how early you're asking about: Neolithic age or Early American Colonists.
Anything that's farmed in the area. The "tenant" part of "tenant farmer" refers to the fact that they do not own the land, but are merely renting it from the landowner.
"Farmer" in English is agricoltore in Italian.
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.
Its because in Peru and Bolivia and such its legal and its the highest paying crops they can grow but they still work for pennys on the dollar for their work and risk there li…ves to do so to feed their families
Wheat, corn (maize), sunflowers, potatoes and apples are the largest crops.