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Apricots


ApricotsOverview

Today, nearly 90 percent of the apricots grown in the United States come from California. The remainder largely comes from Washington and less than a percent from Utah.

Total U.S. apricot production was 60,800 tons in 2012, down from 66,650 tons the previous year. The crop was valued at nearly $40.9 million, continuing the drop in total value of production. The value of fresh apricots was over $26.3 million, up from 2011, while the value of processed apricots was nearly $14.6 million, down from the previous year.  (NASS 2013)  September 2013 ...  Apricots
 

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Fruits and Nuts: 2007 and 2002, 2007 Census of Agriculture, USDA, 2009.

 

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