Journal of Plantation Crops was created in 1973.
The 4 plantation crops were: Tobacco, Rice, Cotton, and Sugar.
To grow crops.
vegetable crops,fruits crops,ornamental crops,plantation/industrial crops
Plantation crops include coffee, sugarcane, rubber, cocoa, tea leaves, pineapples, abaca, coconuts, cotton, tobacco, and bananas
A plantation owner oversees operations and makes certain that the crops are planted and harvested. They are the manager of the plantation.
A plantation was a large piece of land with a big house, slave quarters and fields of crops. The slaves were made to tend the crops and do all of the hard labor around the plantation.
Plantation agriculture (indigo, rice, tobacco)
Farm work on his plantation was done by his slaves.
Plantation colonies are large estates that grow cash crops.
Some plantation crops are pumpkins, sugar, coffee, grapes, bananas, melons, cranberries, rubber, tobacco, potatoes, but there are many more.
olives and dates
Plantation farming of tropical cash crops.
labor shortages, slavery and cash crops led to the development of the Plantation system.
I has a farm where crops grown for sale.
A plantation is an artificially established property used for growing crops for sale. An example sentence is: She has to get up very early in the morning to care for the plantation.
Cash crops grown on plantation
Plantation agriculture is when crops are grown on a long, artificially established farm for sale. There are also forest and estate plantations.
There was sometimes cotton,tabacco,rice,sugar cane ,and coffe.