The agricultural activities in Libya during the second Era of Ottmanians (1835-1911AD)
Jamaa, Ali A.Abdussalam
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The second era of Ottmanian (1835-1911AD) had witnessed a stable economic development and growth due to internal and external policy and because of the reforms achieved by the Ottmanian Empire in all its states. Agriculture is considered a significant formation in the economical growth due to its direct relation to population’s income and effect with people’s needs in any country in the world because agriculture is the main source of food to the people. The agricultural and animal products have played an essential role in the economy of Tripoli at that time, the Ottoman authority was responsible on supervision of farms while the workforce was local people of Tripoli, this situation had led to improve the economical condition of the state and its people, also it was the main source for income to the Ottoman government.