The two maps above the difference between where wheat and rice are grown in the world. The top map shows wheat and the bottom one shows rice.
Usurpingly, Europe and North America produce a lot of wheat whereas South-East Asia produces a lot of rice.
However, what is perhaps a bit more surprising is the split within both India and China. Let’s take a closer look:
The map above shows only wheat production. Zoom into either India or China and you’ll find they actually produce a lot of it. In the case of China it’s concentrated in the North, whereas in Indian it’s in the Nort West.
The map above shows Rice production by country. Again in the case of China it’s concentrated in the south, whereas in India it’s in the South East. You can see the split in India more clearly in this map.
Finally, both South America and Africa are notable in their absence from both maps.