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What crops were grown in colonial Georgia?


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2017-08-25 06:53:54
2017-08-25 06:53:54

There was cash crops such as tobaco rice and indgo.
Crops that Colonial Georgia grew were varied. However, the most popular crops were tobacco, indigo, and rice.
Rice, Indigo, Cotton, and Tobacco
Tobacci, indigo, and rice ... along with the silk industry
Rice and indigo were the two main cash crops in colonial Georgia, and sugar and tobacco were important as well. Colonial Georgia existed from 1732 to 1777.
it was rice

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