Did Colonial Delaware raise oranges as a crop?
Yes colonial Delaware grew oranges as a crop. Vegetables, flax, grain and cattle were also major crops in colonial Delaware.
It was mainly tobacco. They also grew corn and caught fish.
anything that is or can be grown on a field or grown by farmers is a crop.
Colonial America's Most Important Cash Crop Was.....Cotton.
No oranges are not the only crop grown in Florida. They also grow: sugar, citrus, lettuce, tomatoes, peppers, and cucumbers, along with melons and potatoes.
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It is a major cash crop.
While Oranges are orange think Green as in money. They are the major farm crop of the State.
The basis crop was sugar cane.
Tobacco was a very key crop.
Oranges are the state crop.
oranges and strawberries
The main crop grown in Colonial Connecticut was tobacco. Addition crops produced were corn, flax, beans, and wheat, as well as peas and rye.
Some farmers began destroying their crops in a desperate attempt to raise crop prices by reducing the supply.
Grain was the cash crop of New york.:]
Sugar was the primary cash crop of the Caribbean.
Delaware was a colony that had small cash crop farming, shipping, trade, and natural resources. Shipping was a huge industry in Delaware.
it was tobacco
Corn and Wheat
Largest Cash Crop is greenhouse plants such as ferns. (Oranges take up more of the state, but ferns are #1)
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oranges, watermelons, snap beans, tomatoes and more
The number one crop in Florida is oranges.
Cold weather. Look at what happened in Florida in early 2010.
one of there main crops is Corn for grain
Compared to crops such as wheat, oranges are not a "big" crop. However, production is significant enough for the export market. Oranges in Australia are grown in several main areas: along the Murray River in South Australia, Victoria and New South Wales; through the Riverina in central NSW; and along parts of the eastern seaboard in Queensland. Oranges are exported to the US, Europe, Asia and the Middle East.
i think tabacco
in the center of town
Indigo, rice, etc.
Brazil depended on Sugarcane.
English planters in colonial South Carolina. I believe the crop originated in Africa.
The largest crops grown in Delaware are corn and soybeans. Apples are also a large crop in Delaware. Other crops grown are potatoes, wheat, hay, and barley.
It was Tobacoo
Rice in the colonial era.
Their cash export crop was tobacco.
Yes but tobacco was the cash crop.
Tobacco, rice, and indigo
Tobacco, cotton, bananas, coffee, oranges are five cash crop examples.
Spain's most valuable cash crop is citrus fruit, predominately oranges.
Jamestown, Virginia was one of the most important colonial cities. The crop that made it most profitable was tobacco.
The profitable money crop of Jamestown was tobacco. This is made the colonial government of the Virginia colony wealthy and stable.
It depends on the crop. It might be as little as a few weeks or as long as several years.
Tobacco. During early colonial times that crop supported most of the economy in the middle colonies.
Chickens are the largest agricultural commodities with 73.2% of the states production. the largest actual crop is corn with 5.3% of the states production of commodities.
Rice was the primary cash crop in colonial South Carolina. Because it could be harvested twice a year, it retained it's status of lead cash crop for decades.
it was a cash crop
This was called a cash crop and it was rice.
they planted and harvested a crop that grew in a given reigon.