They were wheat, cotton, Barley and corn
corn was the biggest crop along with cotton
Cotton and tobacco were two of the main crops grown in the US during the 1800s. Sugar cane, indigo, and rice were other crops they grew.
The top 3 crops grown in America are corn, soybeans, and wheat.
Corn, soybeans, cotton, rice, and wheat are major crops grown in the Southeastern United States.
The major food crops grown in the US are corn, soybeans and wheat in that order.
Approximately 95% of all crops (including feed and forage crops as well as oilseed and pasture crops) are grown conventionally. If you look only at human food crops, the conventional percentage may be somewhat lower.
25% 25% 25% 25% 25% 25%
Rice is grown in Asia and Australia. While not one of the major crops, rice is also grown in the US.
Corn (maize) and soybeans.
Ninety percent of the crops in the US are corn, soybeans, wheat, hay and cotton. Some of these crops are strictly domestic while some are exported.
Nebraska, Oklahoma, and Missouri produce most of the grain sorghum grown in this country.
Corn, soybeans, wheat, cotton, and hay.
The first crops grown in North America were tobacco, wheat, beans, grapes, squashes, and gourds. They also sowed potatoes, which are native to the US.
According to Modern Marvels, wheat was #3 in the US in 2001.
Corn (maize), soybeans, wheat, hay, and sorghum.
corn and wheat and rasberries and strawberries and tomatoes
Corn, Soybeans, Cotton, Rice, and Wheat
Yes, the majority of the crops grown in North Dakota are exported to other US states and other countries.
99 percent of US corn is grown from hybrid seed, but not sure about world crops.
Crops are usually grown in grasslands because the grass is a good plain to grow on. Its a bit like us sitting on a sofa, its comfortable and nice for us ;)
Primarily forage and fodder crops for livestock, mainly cattle, and produce, both fruits and vegetables, for human consumption. The largest field crop is wheat.