Cash Crops

Some articles on cash crops, cash crop, crop, crops:

Agriculture In Bolivia - Principal Crops - Cash Crops
... Soybeans were the most lucrative legal cash crop in Bolivia in the 1980s ... early 1970s, following a substantial increase in the crop's world price ... represented the country's most important oilseed crop ...
Economy Of Central African Republic - Agriculture
... The importance of foodcrops over exported cash crops is illustrated by the fact that the total production of cassava, the staple food of most Central ... tons a year, while the production of cotton, the principal exported cash crop, ranges from c ... exported in large quantities but they still constitute the principal cash crops of the country because Central Africans derive far more income from the periodic sale ...
Central African Republic - Economy
... The economy of the CAR is dominated by the cultivation and sale of food crops such as cassava, peanuts, maize, sorghum, millet, sesame, and plantain ... The importance of food crops over exported cash crops is indicated by the fact that the total production of cassava, the staple food of most Central Africans, ranges between 200,0 ... Food crops are not exported in large quantities but they still constitute the principal cash crops of the country because Central Africans derive far more income from the ...
Pojulu People - Agrarian Economy
... on animal husbandry to total dependence on crop production ... The Pojulu grow both staple and cash crops ... The staple crops are for consumption and include cassava, sesame, maize, beans, various, and groundnuts ...
Agriculture In Haiti - Cash Crops
... Most peasants grew coffee, usually alongside other crops ... Sugar was another cash crop with a long history in Haiti ... second voyage to Hispaniola, and sugar rapidly became the colony's most important cash crop ...

Famous quotes containing the words crops and/or cash:

    She planted corn and left the rest
    to elements, convinced that God
    with giant faucets regulates the rain
    and saves the crops from frost or foreign wind.
    Richard Hugo (1923–1982)

    Lora May: Did you ever stop to think, Porter, that in over three years there’s one word we’ve never said to each other, even in fun.
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    Joseph L. Mankiewicz (1909–1993)