The main staple crops of the American colonies were tobacco, corn, wheat and cotton. A variety of fruits and vegetables were also grown on a smaller...
A staple food, sometimes simply referred to as a staple, is a food that is eaten
routinely, and in such quantities that it constitutes a dominant portion of a
The term Staple Crops is discussed. Crop examples under this agricultural
classification are given.
These key species, along with a handful of others, serve as the staple crops that
support Earth's large human population. Some you are familiar with, some may ...
Rice is the primary crop and food staple of more than half the world's population.
Asia is the world's largest rice-producing and rice-consuming region. Rice is ...
The world has over 50 000 edible plants. Just three of them, rice, maize and
wheat, provide 60 percent of the world's food energy intake. The main staple
Wheat, a food staple around the world, can be germinated and dried to create
malt. Malt is a key ingredient in beer, one of the first beverages created by people
To rely on your garden to feed your family, you need to grow staple crops —
those foods that are the basis of the human diet. The best staple crops for
Perennial staple crop systems are resilient in the face of extreme weather,
surviving drought, flooding, and storms better than most annuals. These food
Definition of staple food: That is regularly consumed in a community or society
and from which people obtain most or a significant proportion of their calorie ...