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Fruit and tree nuts lead the growth of horticultural production value

Fruit and tree nuts lead the growth of horticultural production value
U.S. fruit and tree nut value of production has increased steadily over the past decade, while the value of vegetable production has been more stable. Grapes, apples, strawberries, and oranges top the list of fruits; tomatoes and potatoes are the leading vegetables. Tree-nut value rose dramatically to record levels of around $10 billion in recent years, with crop value for most major tree nut crops—led by almonds, walnuts, and pistachios—achieving historical highs.

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