U.S. fruit (excluding melons and tree nuts): Top producing states, based on 2010 bearing acreage
The Nation's largest fruit-producing States are California, Florida, and Washington. California accounts for about half of the harvested fruit acreage, Florida almost one-fourth, and Washington around one-tenth. Michigan, New York, Oregon, Pennsylvania, and Texas are also important fruit-producing States and together these States account for over one-tenth of the Nation's fruit acreage.
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