Asked in History and Origins of Foods
History and Origins of Foods
Does Kansas grow the most wheat in the United States?
Asked in Agriculture
What crops did they grow in the 1930s in the United States?
Asked in Sunflowers
What part of the United States do sunflowers grow?
I live in South Dakota, and they grow them out here. I watched a farm show, and I think they were growing a lot of them in North Dakota, too. Of course, they grow lots of sunflowers in Kansas. Main crops in these places are corn, soy, and wheat. Sunflowers are a profitable crop so farmers rotate them in with their main crops. I think they grow a few sunflowers in a whole lot of states, but they are mostly out on the Plains.
Asked in History, Politics & Society
Why is Kansas nicknamed the sunflower state?
Asked in France
What state is known as the breadbasket of America?
Asked in Travel & Places, Farm Crops, Wheat
Why does china grow the most wheat?
China has a large landmass and ideal growing conditions for growing wheat. Little rain falls, and moisture is the largest threat to wheat growth. In China, and India, the second nation, little moisture exists but it is not too dry there. The United States is the third largest producer of wheat and the largest exporter of wheat