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California Commercial Crops - Region 3

San Benito County

This information was compiled from the 1995 Agricultural Commissioners' reports and a 1997 survey of Agricultural Commissioners.


Crops grown in this county:

A-L
Alfalfa, Hay; Apple, All; Apricot, All; Arugula; Asparagus; Avocado, All; Barley; Bean, Fava (Broad Bean); Bok Choy (Pak Choi, Patsai, Taisai, Tat-soi, Tsatsoi, Wong bok); Broccoli; Cabbage, Head; Cabbage, Napa (Pe Tsai); Cabbage, Savoy; Cardoon (Cardis); Cauliflower; Celery; Cherry, Sweet; Christmas Trees; Coriander, Leaves (Cilantro); Corn, Silage & Forage; Corn, Sweet; Cucumber; Escarole (Endive); Flowers, Cut; Flowers, Edible; Frisee; Garlic, All; Grape, Wine; Hay, Grain; Kale; Kiwano; Leeks; Lettuce, Iceberg; Lettuce, Leaf; Lettuce, Romaine;

M-W
Melon, Cantaloupe; Melon, Sharlyn; Mushrooms; Mustard, Japanese (Mizuna); Nursery, Flowers, Potted; Nursery, Ornamentals, Herbaceous; Nursery, Ornamentals, Woody; Nursery, Turf; Oats; Onion, Dry Bulb; Onion, Dry Bulb Seed Crop; Parsley; Pea, Edible Pod; Pear, Asian; Pear, Bartlett; Pepper, Bell; Pepper, Bell Seed Crop; Pepper, Chile; Potato, Irish; Prune; Pumpkin; Radicchio; Raspberry; Safflower; Spinach; Squash, All; Squash, Summer; Squash, Winter; Squash, Zucchini; Sudan Grass, Hay; Sugarbeet; Tomato, Fresh Market; Tomato, Processing; Tomato, Seed Crop; Walnut, English; Watermelon; Wheat.

 

 

San Benito County



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