The genus Ananas has distinctive characteristics which merging the whole inflorescence into a huge compound fruit. The main pineapple producers in the world that supplying nearly 50 % of the total output are Thailand, Philippines, Brazil and China. There are some other important producers such as India, Kenya, Nigeria, Indonesia and Mexico (Hossain, Akhtar and Anwar, 2015). Adult pineapple plants have height in 1.2 m with a diameter of 1.5 m which consists of several parts. The main morphological structures of pineapple are the leaves, stem, peduncle, multiple fruit, shoots, roots and the crown.
Big manufacturer companies discovered that by blending both elements together. Now that famous companies, franchise or retail-shops are embracing the new-organic or natural lifestyles, the organic cotton industry is slowly rising. The move to combine the organic and conventional cotton was wildly success, as brands such as Levi’s, the largest garb cotton user of the world, purchasing about one million pounds of organic cotton while Nike and The Gap, procured half a million each in the year 1997. Since the items won’t have special labeling on them and the price is unaffected, people begun to respond well compared to the pricey pure organic cotton items. From the time when people began to respond well to this new and modest approach, the market for organic items had expanded.
This created a boom in the amount of cotton produced, especially since cotton naturally grows well in the Southeastern United States. Between 1790 and 1850, the production of cotton had increased by 1,000-fold and by 1850, the United States was exporting two-thirds of the world's cotton supply. For the United States, cotton represented three-fifths of all American exports (Woods,
Colbert made the tax collection system more efficient - at the beginning of his tenure in office, only about 10 % of the taxes collected ended up in the royal treasury; the fugure was raised to 85 % (taxes had been "farmed", i.e. were collected by agents who kept a part of them.” Colbert’s plan was to limit foreign industry and focus more in domestic industry to help reduce the debt and bring more money. Along with this Colbert implanted a tax system that rose significantly over time. According to World history at KMLA, “In a set of measures summarily referred to as MERCANTILISM, Colbert raised IMPORT TARIFFS to discourage imports
It was not until the sugar culture migrated from western Europe to the West Indies, and later to America. At first, it was only grown on a small scale, in the warmer areas of Louisiana, Mississippi, Georgia and Alabama. John Randolph, of Louisiana, “established one of first successful sugar plantations in 1841, and became the largest producer of sugar in the United States.” The conditions there were not perfect, but they were good enough for cultivation. Sugar cultivation was expensive to get started. Plantations that could adapt to conditions and acquire the most capital, were successful.
The revolution challenges between the two parts were payment of taxes and slavery this brought inequalities in the country and as the time went on the North grew in population and economically while the South lagged behind (Clawson, 1980). Before the civil war the North owned 75% f farm acreage, 71% of the rail road, 75%, 91% of factory production and 71% of the total population. This made the country to be divided into two because of sectionalism. This made the south to develop a need for freedom and secession from the north. Clawson (1980) argues that the American economy by the time being an agricultural state the slaves were used to work in agriculture farms which were more in the south.
Also the parliament approving the Snowden 's emergency budget helped remove the budget deficit in Great Britain. B. Economic and social indicators. Read about the economic and social impact of the Great Depression in your country and answer the following table: Unemployment rate% 1929 - 2% 1932- 22 % ……. 2.5 million In the northeast parts of Great Britain unemployment was at 70% Currency Compared to the dollar $4.87 (Gold Standard) $3.69 (by this time they had already left the Gold Standard Recovery strategies These recovery strategies made things worse: They increased the income tax Introducing the means test that “determined of whether an individual or family is eligible for government assistance”.
Haiti, which was once the most lucrative agricultural colony of its time, is today ranked 145 out of 169 countries, according to the United Nations Human Development Index in 2010. In 2003, 80% of Haiti's population fell below the poverty line, a number that is likely to have increased since the earthquake in 2010. Their economy is based primarily in the agricultural sector, with the majority of production devoted to coffee, mangoes, sugarcane, rice, corn, and sorghum (CIA 2011). Though agriculture is a major part of the economy of Haiti, there is little governmental support for the agricultural sector. This has had a negative effect on Haitian food production because of the financial mandates imposed since the 1980's by the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund (IMF), including structural adjustment programs (SAPs).
The cotton gin was a simple machine with the sole purpose of separating cotton fibres from it’s seeds, drastically lowering the production costs of cotton. Previously workers were required to separate cotton fibres from it's seeds by hand, a process that required multiple hours to produce a single pound of fibres. Using the cotton gin however slaves could produce more than 50 pounds of cotton, in a single day. The vastly expensive cotton prices decreased simultaneously, leading to a growth in popularity of cotton clothing. This lead to South American farmers devoting more time and land to cotton plantations.
Agricultural exports of bananas, coffee, sugar, and beef are the most important items of export for Costa Rica, but a variety of industrial and specialized agricultural products have expanded export trade in the past few years. Poverty rates in Costa Rica have remained around 15%-20% for nearly 20 years. Also, the strong social safety net that had been put into place by the government has eroded due to increased financial constraints. Guatemala, Mexico, and Costa Rica all are similar in that a lot of the country’s’ revenue comes from agriculture, and their poverty rates are higher than more developed countries, such as the United