The middle colonies had a mild climate. It was useful for growing crops and farming.
The Middle Colonies had a milder climate than the New England Colonies. Winters were not as harsh and there was less snowfall. The growing season was longer in the Middle Colonies due to the milder climate.
what advantage did the geography and climate give the people living in the middle colonies
Rainfall is abundant in the middle colonies. The climate is moderate, though extremely variable. It is must colder in the middle colonies than the southern colonies.
no not to cold
the middle colonies had the best climate out of the south and the north
The Middle Colonies had a mild climate, rich soil, and a long growing season that ...
A: 50 degrees F
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because the middle colonies had milder climate than the new england
The Middle Colonies were different from New England because , the middle colonies had much to offer in addition to a climate of tolerance.
the middle colonies enjoyed fertile soil had a slightly milder climate from that of New England
good farmland and mild climate
New England: cold weather and a shorter growing seasonMiddle Colonies: more temperate climate = more prosperous
they had warmer climate
The weather affected the middle colonies in a positive way. Because the climate was warmer in those colonies, it was easier to live and to grow food.
The basic needs of the middle colonies are good soil, and good climate because that is what their economy is based on, agriculture.
We would have to know what time period you are interested in.
Short, warm summers, i think.
it was colder in the backcountry
The Middle Colonies had good climate and rich land for growing crops. The Southern colonies, however, had a harsh winter climate and a problem in starvation. -roxanneee
The middle colony natural resources were rich soil , wood , water , climate
Warm balmy in the summer blistering cold in the winter
Because of the climate and resources