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California Agricultural Commodities

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California’s agricultural abundance includes more than 400 commodities. The state produces nearly half of U.S.-grown fruits, nuts, and vegetables. Across the nation, U.S. consumers regularly purchase several crops produced solely in California. 

 Crop and Livestock Commodities in which California Leads the Nation*
 Beans, Dry Lima
 Bedding/Garden Plants
 Brussels Sprouts
 Cabbage, Chinese
 Cabbage, F.M.
 Cotton, American Pima

 Flowers, Bulbs
 Flowers, Cut
 Flowers, Potted Plants
 Grapes, Raisins
 Grapes, Table
 Grapes, Wine
 Greens, Mustard
 Hay, Alfalfa
 Lettuce, Head
 Lettuce, Leaf
 Lettuce, Romaine
 Mandarins & Mandarin
 Melons, Cantaloupe
 Melons, Honeydew
 Milk Goats
 Nursery, Bedding Plants
 Nursery Crops
 Onions, Dry
 Onions, Green
 Peaches, Clingstone
 Peaches, Freestone
 Pears, Bartlett
 Peppers, Chile
 Peppers, Bell
 Pigeons and Squabs
 Plums, Dried
 Rice, Sweet
 Seed, Alfalfa
 Seed, Bermuda Grass
 Seed, Ladino Clover
 Seed, Vegetable and Flower
 Tomatoes, Processing
 Vegetables, Greenhouse
 Vegetables, Oriental
 Wild Rice
*California is the sole producer (99 percent or more) of the commodities in bold.
** Includes tangelos, tangerines and tangors.

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