What is settled farming?

Settled Farming is the practice of farming an area permanently where the soil is good (fertile) and the water source is reliable. This usually occurs in the Ethiopian Highlands, around Lake Victoria, where millet, coffee, corn, and cacao are grown, Along the Nile, where cotton and sugar cane are found, in Mediterranean Africa, where most farmers grow wheat, and Southern Africa, where wheat, corn, vineyards, rice, and citrus fruits are grown.