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Land use: What type of farming is suited to poorer soil, a short growing season, hillyland, and nearness to markets? The nation's largest inland port, situated at the junction of three rivers? The area which together with the coastal waters off Cape Cod, accounts for a large share of the nation's catch of fish and shellfish?
This for a Jeopardy game.


Grapes grow well in hilly areas with short growing seasons.

Check this site for the second answer.
http://www.infoplease.com/atlas/state/missouri.html

For the third answer, which region or area is Cape Cod in?


Olive trees, too -- witness the Greeks and Romans!

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I was going to mention olives, but I've only seen them growing in areas like southern Italy and Greece -- which have longer growing seasons than most of the U.S.


diary farming


diary farming

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