What was the reason of increased demand for food grains in France during 1715 to 1789?

(a) Rapid industrialization of agriculture land.
(b) Big Famines for many years
(c) Heavy export of food grains from France to England
(d) High rise in population during these years.

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2014-08-17T12:47:12+05:30

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Big Famines for many years was the reason of increased demand for food grains in France during 1715 to 1789.
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2014-08-17T13:45:22+05:30
ANSWER IS B) BIG FAMILIES FOR MANY YEARS
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