How did imperialism affect agriculture in Asia?
Among other things, vast areas were turned into tea plantations.
Answer In India, particularly in bengal, the britishers forced
local farmers to plant Indigo,which they exported to European
market for largescale use to prepare blue 'dye' for booming
industry.The entire land was used for Indigo plantation which left
the farmer family starving due to lack of rice or vegetables.