Fiji has a range of climates, from the hot and dry to the warm and wet. The conditions are favorable for the growth of a variety of food and commercial crops.
The leeward sides of the major islands (eg the Lautoka or Labasa areas) are generally drier, with clear skies, a limited temperature range and abundant sunshine. (It is on the leeward or western side of Viti Levu that most of F…
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