As Georgia began to diversify its agricultural production in the years following World War II, these crops replaced cotton as the state's primary crops. Which of the following are these? A) oranges, apples, and rice B) rice, indigo, and tobacco C) sugar cane, cotton, and peanuts D) pecans, peanuts, soybeans, and corn

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Out of the choices given, the crops that replaced cotton as the state's primary crops are pecans, peanuts, soybeans, and corn. Cotton is still the number one cash crop in the state of Georgia in 2016. The correct answer is D. 

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