Sugar is the main crop in Jamaica. Other major crops include bananas, coffee, cocoa, coconuts and citrus fruits. Jamaicans farmers also grow pimento, tobacco, ginger, sisal and rice. Additionally, the government actively... More »

According to South Carolina’s Department of Agriculture, corn, cotton, hay, oats, peanuts, soybeans and wheat are among the state’s most important crops. South Carolina also produces an abundance of leafy green vegetable... More »

The primary crops in South Africa include grains, sugar, fruits, potatoes, tomatoes, cotton, tobacco and tea. Ornamental plants are also common in the country, including gladioli, bulbs, roses, proteas and chrysanthemums... More »

The primary crops in South Africa include grains, sugar, fruits, potatoes, tomatoes, cotton, tobacco and tea. Ornamental plants are also common in the country, including gladioli, bulbs, roses, proteas and chrysanthemums... More »

Some of the main crops grown in Africa include cereals and grains, such as corn, wheat and rice, and legumes and fodder, such as beans, groundnut and cowpea. Agriculture employs 65 percent of Africa's labor force and is ... More »

Jamaica is an island 90 miles south of Cuba and 118 miles west of Haiti in the Caribbean Sea. The capital of Jamaica is Kingston; its latitude is 18° 00' N and its longitude is 76° 48' W. This latitude places Jamaica in ... More »

Jamaica is home to only a few indigenous mammals, but a wide variety of birds, reptiles, amphibians and insects can be found there. Some of the more common species of mammal, such as the wild boar and the Asian mongoose,... More »