What would humanity's most reliable method for food look like on a planet where the sun never sets, great winds raged across the land, and large-scale storms were commonplace?
I'm curious if large-scale agriculture would be possible in such a setting given the technological limit. What type of plants would be most commonly used to best suit environmental challenges? Those challenges being constant strong winds caused by the heating of the sun facing side of the world and the cooling of the darkside- as well as the storms those winds would cause in the habitable zone. Would large-scale greenhouses on the sun side border of the habitable zone be practical to create semi-stable environments? Would planting on sun-facing slopes and hills be more effective than planting on a plane?
The technology level of this planet's inhabitants is generally equivalent to our world's 15th century, obviously not exactly the same- but stated to give a general idea of what would be available to those currently living on the planet. However, technology develops as it is needed so if there is a form of technology that the inhabitants of this planet would achieve quicker than we due to environmental pressures that would be allowed to be implemented.
My appreciation and thanks to anyone that considers and answers this question- I look forward to seeing what you come up with.