How do climate zones affect agriculture?



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    Dramatically. Depending on which climate zone you are in decides which crops you will ever even be able to grow. Outside of indoor growing and greenhouses helping to extend seasons there is not too much you can do to change the weather. Every plant needs specific conditions; you can’t grow a cactus, or any fruit for that matter, in a tundra.

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    Climate zones are extremely important to agriculture production. Crops are sensitive to certain elements of the climate. For example, oranges are grown in groves in the south-east United States. This is due to the high level of humidity and temperatures that don’t commonly reach freezing. These are the conditions that oranges and other citrus fruits need to grow. If a orange grove was planted in the north-east United States the temperatures would reach below freezing, killing the orange trees.

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