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Rice cultivation is widely practiced in almost every part of Asia, including China. But in the northern part of China Proper wheat is more often grown instead of rice. What accounts for this exception? The cultivation of wheat requires less rain than does rice. People in northern China do not like rice. People in northern China prefer to grow maize (corn). none of the above]

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    cultivation of wheat requires less rain that rice does

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