Greece has poor soil for most agriculture. Some historians think Greece developed its empire in part to control the supply of grain from other regions. But Greece had some vital agricultural industries of its own. Which of these was NOT produced in ancient Greece?
Grapes, olives, dates, and other fruits that require much sun and are suitably for dry soil were grown in Greece. Honey was cultivated as well.
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