Production of secondary crops provide information about the main operations and considerations that need to be given in the production of local crops which are mainly cultivated as cash crops by farmers in the country. Therefore, five top secondary crops that were planted in Malaysia.
Coffees are the famous and most popular in Malaysia. This beverage is one of the tropical crops cultivated as a secondary crop in Malaysia. This crop originated from the tropical African region and was initially introduced into the Arab countries where the culture of coffee drinking started. According to the American Neurological Association (2007), coffee can reduce the risk of parkinson’s disease among women.
Mango is the second top in secondary crops in Malaysia after coffee. It is because mango is a popular evergreen fruit tree in Malaysian and is cultivated in the tropical and subtropical regions throughout the world. According to Diana Herrington (2008), benefits of mango are to protect against colon, breast, leukemia and prostate cancers. Cabbage is in the third ranking of secondary crops in Malaysia. It is because cabbage is the most popular highland vegetable in this country. In Malaysia, the crop planted particularly in the Cameron Highlands. According to Peggy Trowbridge Filippone (2010), cabbage can prevent thyroid condition.
The Fourth ranking in secondary crops in Malaysia is Sugarcane. Malaysia produces sugarcane only for local consumption and still need to be supplemented by imports from other countries. According to Syed Salim Syed Mohamad (2012), during Ramadan sugarcane plantation has huge potential as there is high demand. Next, the fifth is maize. Maize can control cholesterol levels and reduce colon cancer. According to Anton Alden (2011), maize goods for diet because maize lowest in calories and high in fibers. In conclusion, all of these crops are very benefits to us. These ranking of five top in Malaysia based on their mostly uses and popular....
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