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    Plantation crops and the Southern Economy The South’s economy wasn't as strong as some people would have thought. Even with the money that the South made from their cash crops, there were 3 reasons why the economy was weak (Economy of the South 36). First, southern farmers mainly relied on tobacco, cotton, and sugar. These were also known as cash crops (Economy of the South 36). Second, since farmers didn’t pay slaves for their labor, their profits turn out to be falsely high (Economy of the South 36). Finally, because farmers were making so much money from growing cotton, they did not see the need to have manufacturing and industry. (Economy of the South 36). The two major cash crops, cotton and sugar, had an affect on the Civil War and the South’s economy.…

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    “Desiree’s Baby” is a literal fiction short story by Kate Chopin that takes place in Antebellum Louisiana. A young girl by the name of Desiree is abandoned who was discovered. Armand Aubigny was the one who found desiree and after that they fell in love and had a baby. The people sense that the baby is different time goes by, they realize the baby skin color is of African descent. Armand thinks Desiree is part black, but she doesn’t accept the statement. Desiree takes the baby and leaves to the…

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    make more efficient use of natural resources through integrated management of available soil, water, and biological resources combined with external inputs… also referred to as resource effective agriculture” (FAO web site). The central tenet of CA is the combination of year-round soil coverage (cover cropping/mulching) and minimal mechanical disturbance of the soil (no-till/reduced tillage), as well as the use of extensive crop rotations (three crops or greater). Individually these…

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    Rhetorical Analysis of “Don’t Cash Crop On My Cornrows” Amandla Stenberg utilizes the internet, Youtube, to educate a global audience on cultural appropriation and black and hip-hop culture. Stenberg defines cultural appropriation as the moment when an a outside person completely disregards another culture’s history and allows their actions to lead to racial generalization and stereotyping of the culture the aspects originated from; thus allowing the appropriator to be addressed as trendy…

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    economic rent. Crops with highest rent will always be farmed because they produce high profits for farmers. Von thunen limiting conditions are that the city is situated at the center within an “isolated state”, meaning that there was only internal trade taking place. The land was assumed to be flat without the rivers or mountains that will act as barriers to the terrain. The transport mode that was used to transport the goods to the market was by traditional ox-cart. The climate and the quality…

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    supplement their slaves lost and they needed some field hands to farm their land for production. Therefore, this created a need and that void was replaced by sharecroppers which is defined as working for a piece of land by a tenant in exchange for cash…

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    Horticulture Case Study

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    Opportunities in fruit production have been extended by the ability to create new genotypes using Biotechnology. Genetic Engineering has made it possible to create crops and other foods that have desired characteristics, for example Golden Rice is a variety of transformed rice (al, 2012). This genetically engineered form of rice was made by the combining together one gene from a maize plant and one gene from a bacteria that thrives in soil. These two genes enable the rice to produce…

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    Immortalization Of Pompeii Essay

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    Over the centuries, the city was abandoned and forgotten as the memory of Pompeii became nothing but a legend passed throughout generations by word of mouth. Despite the fact that the ancient objects from Pompeii were discovered sporadically, the city itself was not found until the 18th century. Ever since, excavations have gone deeper into the city’s mysterious secrets. Archaeological finds reveal how people lived during that time, as well as how they died during the…

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    Wheat is a crop that is used worldwide and feeds millions of people. However, the household product does a lot more than just that. Wheat affects the whole community directly and indirectly and has a greater impact than imaginable on the world as a whole. This paper will discuss the importance of wheat, the abiotic and biotic factors that affect it, the impact on the community both positively and negatively, and the overall benefits of the existence of the crop. Wheat is also known as Triticum…

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    As stated previously drought is by the far the most prevalent and dangerous climatic issue in the country, and the United Nations Development Programme has targeted the problem by working to introduce varieties of drought resistant crops to farming communities. Some of the main crops to be introduced are drought resistant strains of cavassa, sorghum, and sweet potato (“Coping with Drought and Climate Change (CwDCC) in Mozambique”). Improving plant science in Mozambique could significantly…

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