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The land was rocky and hilly so they had to grow plants like olives and grapes which could grow in rocky soil

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The Ancient Greeks Adapted Their Farming Techniques To Their Environment By Making Labor Efficient, They Grew Olives, Grapes, And Grain At The Same Time. Each Required Hard Work At Different Seasons.

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