Agriculture in California

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California produces almonds worth $5.3 billion every year. 100% of commercial almonds in the United States and all of North America are grown in California, as are 80% of commercial almonds around the world.

Agriculture in California is a $47.1 billion industry annually.[1]

History[edit]

Global impact[edit]

Leading agricultural products[edit]

Crop Value (annual)
Dairy $6.3 billion
Almonds $5.33 billion
Grapes $4.95 billion
Cattle $3.4 billion
Lettuce $2.26 billion
Strawberries $1.86 billion
Tomatoes $1.71 billion
Flower $1.08 billion
Walnuts $977 million
Hay $958 million

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "California Agriculture – A State of Abundance – Northern California Water Association". Retrieved 2019-03-23.
  2. ^ Bertone, Rachel (2017-04-04). "7 Crops Grown in California". Farm Flavor. Retrieved 2019-03-23.
  3. ^ Bertone, Rachel (2017-06-26). "Top 10 California Ag Products (Infographic)". Farm Flavor. Retrieved 2019-03-23.