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Most crops are cultivated not in one place only, but in several distinct regions in diverse parts of the world. Cultivation in these areas may be enabled by a large-scale regional climate, or by a unique microclimate.
The growing region of a traditional staple crop often has a strong cultural cohesiveness.
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