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INSTRUCTIONS: Read the paragraph below and select the heading that gives the best description of what the paragraph is about.
In Germany, availability of food derived from allotment gardens became particularly crucial during World Wars I and II. The socio-economic situation was dire, many cities were isolated from rural areas and often the only agricultural products to reach the city were sold at extortionate rates on the black market. As a result, self-sufficient food production within the city, in the form of fruit and vegetable production in home and allotment gardens, became essential for survival.
- Isolation of major cities
- The importance of the black market in the economy
- Motivation for garden-based production