Agricultural History of Seychelles


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Lesson Snapshot:

  • At first the colonists grew spices like nutmeg, cloves, cinnamon and chili peppers
  • Later they switched to more traditional plantation crops like cotton and sugarcane
  • The first recorded export crop of Seychelles was cotton in 1796
  • Rubber trees were first planted in 1907
  • During the Ice Age, all sea birds of Europe took refuge in tropical regions and all those enormous deposits of Guano were formed by them

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