• anonymous
Why were Americans encouraged to grow their own food in victory gardens? A. To increase the amount of food that could be sold to other nations. B. To conserve resources for the war effort. C. To spy on neighbors who were not focused on the war effort. D. To feed the increased population of prisoners of war.
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  • anonymous
They were typically called "war gardens" and were done so for a reason. They were meant as private gardens for the residents for their own consumption during war efforts, hence the name given. The answer is B.

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