yes they grow crops on the river
The farmers and the slaves worked in the fields
because it helped their crops grow and would have fed their animals
It was important to farmers because it gave them something to grow crops in and it helped them grow
They used irrigation, which is the process of building canals to transport water to their crops.
the role of an Egyptian farmer was to take care of the crops grow in the farm
Silt deposits from the Nile and a long growing season allowed for a variety of crops.
The ancient Egyptians grew wheat and other crops during their time
Yes it was. If there was not a Nile River, the farmers crops wouldn't grow.
Ancient Egyptians depended on the Nile River for water and irrigating crops.
How do Spain's farmers grow crops on the Central plateau
Three crops farmers might grow in the northeast are corn, fruits, and vegetables
Tenant farmers grew a large variety of crops.
because of the overflow of the Nile, the Egyptian soil became rich and the farmers became happy because their crops could grow, the ancient Egyptians depended on the Nile's flood yearly
They grew deep-rooted plants, such as olives,grapes, wheat, and barley.
There are many ways in which farmers grow crops in Central Asia. These farmers could use terrace farming for example.