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OpenStudy (anonymous):

Which factors caused crops to stop growing in Sumer? Choose all answers that are correct. A. salty soil B. poor drainage C. extended droughts D. pest infestations

OpenStudy (praetorian.10):

all of the above depending on the place but yes all can be factors

OpenStudy (praetorian.10):

seasonal factors differ with location and species in that niche

OpenStudy (praetorian.10):

but absolutely all of the above can and will prove detrimental bro

OpenStudy (praetorian.10):

kewl-beans?

OpenStudy (anonymous):

its suppose to be ancient sumer i think i dont know if that helps

OpenStudy (anonymous):

it was a and b @PRAETORIAN.10

OpenStudy (praetorian.10):

oh well, but you cant deny the others are distinct posibilities

OpenStudy (anonymous):

yeah i see your point

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