Crops Grown in Massachusetts?


Massachusetts is a state located in the northeastern region of the US. It is one of the largest bays of the Atlantic Ocean. Cranberries, corn, pumpkins, squash, and other vegetables, tobacco, and rice are some of the crops grown in Massachusetts
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They had poor soil so they were subsistence farmers producing enough food for their own needs. They grew wheat, barley and oats. The seaports were important and so was shipbuilding
Colonial Georgia was founded in 1732 by British settlers. The Yarnacraw Native American tribe granted a long stretch of land, including Georgia's sea islands, to the settlers. Georgia's
wheat, rice, cotton, sugarcanes, yup that's pretty much it and they have a lot of fruits in the valleys and lots of oranges, mangoes and wallnuts.
Answer I think it was corn. Not 100% sure, though. Yeah it was corn. Also wheat, hay, apples, cranberries etc. Why am I answering these questions about colonial Massachusetts? Stuck
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