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How did agriculture differ in the north and south


Question asked by: coops102

Asked on: 30 Sep 2010

I assume that you are writing about the north and south of Britain in the absence of giving any other geographical information.

It was colder and wetter up north in general therefore crops that suited colder and wetter conditions were grown up north than down south.

These days most stuff is imported from abroad even when it doesn't need to be.

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Replied at: 03 Oct 2010
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