What do tobacco, cotton, and rice have in common? They were all cash crops. They were all subsistence crops. They were all grown on small farms. They were all grown in New England.

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What do tobacco, cotton, and rice have in common? They were all cash crops. They were all subsistence crops. They were all grown on small farms. They were all grown in New England.

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Well are they grown to sell @callejero24
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Where are wheat and corn grown?
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No sorry D: What would answer do for you? Just try :D Look at the comment above i said
@callejero24 please have a look here for details... http://www.landofthebrave.info/plantations.htm
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?? Just go to the link @paki gave you and it explains it all
It says in the link "Plantations - Cash Crops Tobacco, rice, cotton, sugar cane and indigo were valuable plants and grown as cash crops. Cash crops (as opposed to subsistence crops) were specialized crops that were grown by planters to be sold for profits and not used for personal use on the plantations. Planters had no trouble transporting their crops because of the many waterways in the Southern colonies that made it made it easy for ocean going ships to tie up at plantation docks."
So its cash crops like it says above due to the fact that they're grown to sell :D
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