Asked in AgricultureFarm Crops
What is A large area where crops are grown called?
Asked in Colonial America, Farm Crops
How were subsistence crops different from cash crops in the southern colonies?
The subsistence crops were mainly grown for survival and not for trade or selling. This means that if you were growing subsistence crops you were doing it to survive and feed off of these crops. Subsistence crops were mainly grown in areas without rich soil, and agriculture wasn't popular. Cash crops were grown for trading, selling, and also living off of. However the term cash crops is mainly referred to crops grown for money because the area that grew them were typically rich in agricultural benefits.
Asked in History, Politics & Society
What is grown in the California salinas valley?
A large majority of the salad greens consumed in the U.S. are grown within this region. Strawberries, lettuce, tomatoes, and artichokes are the dominant crops in the valley. Other crops include broccoli, cauliflower, wine grapes, celery, and spinach. Due to the intensity of local agriculture the area has earned itself the nickname, "America's Salad Bowl."
What are the main crops grown in New Spain?
Asked in Landforms
What is a large area of flat or gently sloping land called?
Asked in Forests
What are some crops grown in the Amazon rain forest?
Asked in United States of America, Italy
What is the central plain of Italy?
Asked in Sand Dunes
What is the term for a large area of sand dunes in the desert?
Asked in Agriculture
Are crops primary vegetation?
Asked in Belgium, Northern Ireland
What type of crops are grown in Belfast Northern Ireland?
Belfast is a city, not a rural area, so there would be very few crops grown in it. Some people may have fruit trees like apples, plums and pears in their garden or might grow things like potatoes, carrots, cabbage or lettuce in their gardens or small plots they would have, but that would be on a very small scale. You would have to go outside the city to find crops being grown in any great amounts. The crops already mentioned would be grown and things like wheat, barley and other cereal crops might be found, amongst other things.
Asked in Grasslands
What is a large area of treeless grassland called?
Why would a farmer want to deforest a rainforest?
Farmers may want to clear an area of trees so that the land could be used for agricultural benefit and crops could be grown in that area (as crops wouldn't be able to be grown if there were trees all over the field). Also, the wood could that is cut down could be used as fuel and can be sold to industries for a high price.
Asked in Farm Crops
What foods are grown in lincolnshire?