How Tobacco was Planted in the Colonies in 1620

After Sir Thomas Dale planted the first crop of tobacco in Bermuda Hundred (near Jamestown), tobacco became a dominant source of income and trade in the colonies. Growing the plant from seeds required months to bring the plants into the field. More care was given this crop than any other. Weeds were dug out from…

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