Yes, I believe that tobacco was a cash crop seeing as how they sold it to make money. Yes, tobacco was a cash crop
Tobacco was the most profitable cash crop in the Virginia colony sold to England
Tobacco was the main cash crop!
Tobacco. The English used tobacco much like we have coffee today. The Virginia Colony was a good place to grow tobacco so it became a cash crop. A cash crop is a crop grown and sold for a profit.
The "cash" in the term explains it. Planters cannot consume all the tobacco they grow, so it is sold for money.
Yes. Tobacco was a very large cash crop in Virginia.
Yes, it was a major cash crop in Virginia.
Tobacco is Georgia's main cash crop.
The Major Cash Crop Was Tobacco
The first cash crop was tobacco, but cotton supplanted it.
tobacco was a cash crop
because tobacco was a cash crop and a cash crop is a crop that makes a lot of money and jamestown need money.
the main cash crop is tobacco indigo rice
Tobacco was the primary cash crop of the Chesapeake tidewater Region.
Tobacco used to be a major cash crop. Now there is no definite cash crop.
The cash crop that the colony Jamestown had was tobacco.
Tobacco would be such a cash crop.
The idea of a "cash crop" is that it is converted to cash, i.e., sold.
tobacco is used for smoking
cotton and tobacco