What type of crops were grown in colonial Rhode Island?
Corn, squash and beans
Rhode Island is very well known for their immense cantaloupe selection. They are also known as the inventor of the pukalupe tree (pu-ka-loop) which much like its sister the pakalupe (paw-ka-loop) it taste like a mix between tree bark and banana pudding. The other crop that Rhode Island is known for growing is the green bean potato plant that is put in most coffees.
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
All sorts of crops are grown in Canada: Wheat Barley Canola Mustard Sunflowers Potatoes Berries of every sort Oats Corn Sugar Beets Lettuce Trees Oranges Apples Lemons Tomatoes The list goes on! All crops are grown in the lower third or quarter of the country (if you cut Canada in to quarters or thirds in parallel, horizontal lines), primarily situated along a "belt" that stretches from the East Coast of Prince Edward Island and Newfoundland…