APUS CH4 2) What conditions in Virginia made the colony right for importation of indentured servants?
In Virginia, the key crop in the colony was tobacco. As the growing of tobacco was spread, plantation owners required more and more labor. Unfortunately, many of the common forms of labor were too expensive. However, indentured servants, those who had debts to be paid, needed work to pay off their debts, giving plantation owners a financial lift.