Asked by: Rosenda Nagedwaranasked in category: General Last Updated: 3rd March, 2020
What destroyed much of Georgia's cotton crop in the early 1900s?
In this way, what natural disaster struck Georgia cotton growers during the 1920s?
The boll weevil destroyed Georgia's cotton industry as production fell off precipitously, falling by more than a quarter in less than a decade. The problems caused by the boll weevil were exacerbated by a severe drought which struck the southern and midwestern United States in the 1920s.
Furthermore, which program resulted in the United States loaning military equipment to our European allies during World War II? lend-lease program
Also to know, what Georgia governor served during the Great Depression?
What impact did the boll weevil have on cotton crops in Georgia?
The boll weevil's decimation of the cotton industry in the South had implications for the entire region. The pest was a driving force behind the "great migration" of poor tenant farmers into northern cities, and the state's dependence on cash-crop production left its soil depleted and prone to erosion.