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Horticultural crops

Demand of horticultural crops such as berries, tree fruits and vegetables are increasing exponentially in the United States. In the United States, fruits and vegetables account for over 30% of the total agriculture produce. Such crops, being a source of micronutrients, vitamins and antioxidants, play a vital role in improving the quality of life. As per a survey report, average consumption of fruits and vegetables in the United States is over 700 pounds per person per year, of which 39% is contributed by fresh fruits and vegetables. California and Washington are the leading states in producing a variety of horticultural crops. The production and qualities of horticultural crops are vulnerable to erratic and unpredictable climates, but growers are expressing their preference of continuing their efforts in cultivation of such crops. Some of the leading berries and tree fruits crops are blue berries, strawberries, cranberries, Saskatoon's, apples, grapes, hazel nuts.

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