What crops do Egyptians grow?

The Egyptians were one of the first peoples to start farming. But for successful farming you need fertile soil. In an arid climate, this could be provided by the Nile River, which, as according to schedule, from year to year, spilled over the valleys, forming fertile soil on which the Egyptians grew grain crops (barley, wheat, corn), as well as industrial crops, such as papyrus, flax. Sugar cane and citrus fruits were grown in small quantities.

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