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    San Diego’s

    TOP CROPS.

    2021 Crop Report Past Crop Reports

    Bedding Plants, Color, Perennials, Cactus & Succulents are the top crop, and total 25% of the agricultural production in San Diego County.

    These crops make up for 21% of the San Diego region’s overall agricultural value. 

    Nursery & Cut Flower Products dropped by 7% to $1,219,074,411 (San Diego Crop Report, 2022).

    Economic Value: $445,359,543
    Economic Value: $375,080,420
    Economic Value: $310,568,221

    Avocado’s value increased compared to the previous year. 

    Vegetables and Vine Crops increased by 7% from last year, that equates to a total of $129,829,054.

    Livestock & poultry products had an exponential increase, up to 54% from last year. 

    Lemons increased in value by over 10% from the previous year. 

    Economic Value: $122,828,742
    Economic Value: $113,080,084
    Economic Value: $94,389,528
    Economic Value: $73,922,314

    Oranges and lemons rose by 24%

    Nursery values has had some decreases. However, Cut Flower Products had a 5% increase in value, but foliage values have decreased by 9%. 

    Overall citrus has increased by 20% in comparison to last year. This can be attributed to increase in prices and better weather conditions during the growing season. Avocados have also increased due to better yield (San Diego Crop Report, 2022). 

    Economic Value: $38,203,806
    Economic Value: $32,437,482
    Economic Value: $22,352,065