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Many farmers became as a result of the Dust Bowl?

migrants


As a result of the Dust Bowl many farmers became?

destitute and homeless and hungry thats true to but they bcame migrants


Where did the dust bowl farmers move?

Dust Bowl farmers moved to California


What was the positive side of the Dust Bowl?

While the Dust Bowl was a disaster, it did have at least one positive result. It created the Soil Conservation Service. Farmers were taught proper tilling techniques that are in use today.


What was life like for families that migrated to California during the dust bowl?

Life for California farmers during the dust bowl was horrible, the farmers would go plant their crops and when the dust bowl come their crops would be black and start to rot because they became not any good anymore.


Did Most dust bowl farmers head to the east coast after the dust bowl drought?

No


What did farmers do in the dust bowl?

they had trouble keeping their jobs because there was a drought during the dust bowl.


What did farmers do to fix the dust bowl?

It rained


How did the dust bowl change farming?

The dust bowl showed farmers that they needed to use difrent ways to farm.


Who was most affected by the dust bowl?

Farmers in the Southwest


Who was most directly affected by the Dust Bowl?

Farmers


Where did Dust Bowl farmers go?

cities that were not agricultural


How did advanced farming techniques contribute to the Dust Bowl?

The dust bowl was basicly a huge bowl of dust used by many farmers accros the United States, in order to dump dust onto crops, it adanvced the technology for farmers to grow crops at a faster rate.


Who did the Dust Bowl affect the most?

The Dust Bowl affected farmers in Oklahoma and other areas in the central United States.


How were the farmers affected by the dust bowl?

The Dust Bowl destroyed crops making it very hard to grow food and therefore no money for the farmers. The dust bowl was so horrible that most of the farmers had to leave. The dust invaded their homes and lives, everything they owned would be covered with dust and it was destroying their bodies due to inhaling dust nearly every day. This not only caused problems for the farmers but for the United States and the world because of how hard it was to grow crops. Finally the US government stepped in and helped develop techniques for the farmers to grow food until the Dust Bowl finally ended.


In what decade did the dust bowl devastate Midwest farmers?

1930


Where did many of these migrant farmers from the dust bowl go?

to California


How did the dust bowl happan?

Farmers did not practice crop rotation.


What act hurt farmers during the depression?

The "Dust Bowl"


What did the farmers eat in the dust bowl?

cornbread, beans and potatos


What did the farmers do their land to fix it during the dust bowl?

They did stuff


Where did many farmers immigrate after the devastation of the dust bowl?

California.


What did the dust bowl era teach farmers?

not to wet themselves


How were farmers affected in dust bowl?

no crops - no farm - no job


How many farmers lost their farms in the dust bowl?

eNOUGH


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