Yes. The Mississippi River is the border to the MidWest and the Corn Belt. The Mississippi provides most of the transportation for grains to the Gulf.
Mining, farming and fishing
There are a number of major industries in Mississippi. These include farming, fishing for shrimp, mining, casinos, as well as manufacturing.
The plains west of the Mississippi are best for farming and ranching. This area is relatively flat and productive, provided there is sufficient water .
yes they do
Many people in this region depend on the Mississippi river for farming transportation and trade.
No, Mississippi has no deserts.
is there any special featurs on the mississippi river
People in Mississippi work in the following industries: agriculture and farming, forestry, technology, shipbuilding, furniture building, Nissan autos, and restaurants.
Any that are not related to agriculture and farming
Columbia river and Mississippi river
Farming Soy Beans, Cotton, and Corn. Logging is integral to the state's economy.
Muslims do any kind of farming and there is no especial law for type of farming in Islam.
Is any k2 available in mississippi
Farming does not produce landmarks. I am unaware of any landmarks in Egypt celebrating farmers or farming or created due to farming.
it has a farming problem and that they need more farming plantion.
No US president was born in Mississippi.
Yes but there are few fertile farming areas in Bolivia
Yes. Though most "farming" is referred to as ranching in this state.
all of them since without farming there would not be any food
No. No United State presidents were born in Mississippi.
Well, Mississippi is a big place so yeah, probably...