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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 encompass 28% of the total agricultural production in San Diego County (County of San Diego Crop Report, 2021). 

    This crop is equal to 22% of the region’s agricultural production (Crop Report, 21).

    Nursery & Cut Flower Products rose by 3% rising the value to $1, 312,707,724 (Crop Report,21).

    Economic Value: $488,376,727
    Economic Value: $382,387,500
    Economic Value: $356,408,291

    Vegetables & Vine crops attribute to 6% of the county’s agriculture (Crop Report, 2021).

    Avocados make up 5% of San Diego’s agricultural production. Avocados have had a $46 drop in total value from the previous year (Crop Report,2021).

    There’s been a decrease in acreage, lemons in particular have dropped value by 25% (Crop Report, 2021).

    Livestock & poultry products have had significant growth, and were valued at $73,696,906

    Economic Value: $104,535,561
    Economic Value: $82,832,387
    Economic Value: $59,820,045
    Economic Value: $55,365,396

    Citrus overall has decreased by 21% from the previous year. (Crop Report, 2021)

    Nursery & Cut Flower Products have had a reduction due to decrease in acreage but overall has a high demand. 

    This category makes up 2% of the agricultural production in the county.

    Economic Value: $30,746,548
    Economic Value: $29,420,566
    Economic Value: $24,049,610