truck farming


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growing vegetables for the market

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Primarily rural with dairy, horse and truck farming, it was a market-basket for the metropolis.
To wit: Subsistence truck farming makes for colorful ethnic tableaux, and for a devastating, very uncolorful loss of topsoil and minerals.
Interior Department officials agreed that the allotment would permit "small truck farming," but argued that the use of water in Scotty's Junction will not adversely affect the park.
Polk County promoted corporate truck farming as an investment opportunity, and the County's publicity department promoted the region as a "small empire" in which investors could expect to profit from agricultural and mining resources that could be sold throughout the eastern corridor (3; [ILLUSTRATION FOR FIGURE 1 OMITTED]).
Such charged topics, along with this precise period in Japanese-American history, had not been investigated onstage until Sisters, which also explores resentment toward Japanese-Americans for dominating the California truck farming industry, and the theory that, during World War II, several battalions of Japanese-American soldiers were sacrificed as cannon fodder for cynical governmental purposes.
Industrialization and urbanization in the northeast, combined with western agricultural expansion and technological developments, led to a shift in eastern agriculture to truck farming for the growing urban industrial workforce.
When Joe dies, Janie falls in love with the younger Teacake and follows him to the truck farming area of the Florida swamps.