What do farmers grow in Italy?
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Farmers get the majority of their seeds from crop breeders who specialize in producing seeds to grow the plants that farmers grow to sell their crops with. The seeds that farmers keep from the crop they sow often won't be suitable enough to grow again, especially with crop varieties like corn, wheat and canola.
It depends on what type of farmers they are. Dairy farmers, for example, primarily grow things like corn and hay that can be fed to cows. Produce farmers, on the other hand, tend to grow things like beans, onions, potatoes, cabbage, lettuce, and whatever else you see in the grocery store. Certain specialized farmers, such as ones involved in wine production, only grow a single thing - such as grapes. Most grow at least some…