Africa is an exceptional region of plentiful resources, containing nearly 30% of the earth’s remaining mineral resources. North Africa contains vast oil and natural gas deposits, the Sahara holds nuclear ore, while other resources like coltan, gold, and copper and many others remain abundant throughout the continent.Still, Agricultural is considered the single most important economic activity of Africa. Agriculture employs around two thirds of the working population, and holds a competitive 20 to 60% of the value of services and goods produced within Africa each year. There are differing climate regions of Africa each of which hold different crop growth specific to their climate most of the time.Africa’s tropical wet climatic regions let them grow plants that need the humidity. These regions are majorly found along the equator, for example, the Gulf of Guinea and the coast of Madagascar. The annual perception of 60 to 130 inches allows for the growth of pineapples, plantain, coffee, oil palms, bananas and cocoa.In eastern and southern Africa are the specified zones for the savannah conditions. The savannah is much cooler and has weather that differs much more than the previous tropical wet region. Here the annual precipitation is around 20 to 60 inches. Here it is possible for a dry season to last even 6 months, because of this an entirely different selection of crops are grown here. These include peanuts, peppers, okra, eggplant, cucumber. cassava, rice, cotton, yams, corn, sugarcane and watermelon as well as important grain products such as millet, sorghum.Along the northern and southern coasts of Africa lie the perfect climate to fit the term mediterranean. These regions are generally, as the term mediterranean is defined as, mild with dry summers and rain-common winters. With this weather pattern in mind, the crops that are grown in this area are olives, figs, oranges, grapes, apples, cherries, clementines, avocados, nectarines, peaches, pears, pomegranates, strawberries, tangerines, tomatoes and onions as well as cabbage and cauliflower.Surprisingly even the desert has opportunity for agriculture. With scorching days, freezing nights, and little to no rain each year, rainfed crops don’t stand a chance. Only crops such as date palms and cotton hold an opportunity in this outrageous area.Finally, the highlands obviously occur in the areas of highest elevation in Africa, specifically this includes areas such as the Ethiopian Highlands. With the high elevation, the climate tends to be quite cold most of the time. Due to these conditions potatoes, wheat and alfalfa are grown here.Africa has other means of resources, one lying in the industry of forestry, and another in fish, with the overlining rest being mineral related. Overall though, agriculture is a major part of Africa’s drive and is a large part of their overall value.