(Stacker) – There are more than 2 million farms in the United States, according to the American Farm Bureau Federation, and a huge portion of the country’s farming is done in California.

Just California’s Central Valley alone is responsible for about a quarter of the nation’s food supply.

The U.S. is projected to export a record $191.0 billion agricultural products in 2022. (Even so, farming is a mere sliver of the U.S. economy, representing just 1% of America’s GDP—farm and ranch families make up less than 2% of America’s population.)

Stacker compiled a list of the most valuable crops grown in California using data from the U.S. Department of Agriculture state agriculture overview. Crops are ranked by total annual value of production as of July 16, 2022.

Keep reading to see which crops grown in California are the most valuable.

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#20. Cherries

– Annual production: $322.3 million
– Top states:
— #1. Washington ($476.4 million)
— #2. California ($322.3 million)
— #3. Oregon ($67.1 million)
— #4. Michigan ($58.0 million)
— #5. Utah ($8.5 million)

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#19. Avocados

– Annual production: $327.4 million
– Top states:
— #1. California ($327.4 million)
— #2. Florida ($13.3 million)
— #3. Hawaii ($1.2 million)

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#18. Spinach

– Annual production: $358.8 million
– Top states:
— #1. California ($358.8 million)
— #2. Arizona ($113.6 million)
— #3. New Jersey ($14.2 million)
— #4. Texas ($9.6 million)

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#17. Celery

– Annual production: $374.6 million
– Top states:
— #1. California ($374.6 million)

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#16. Peaches

– Annual production: $378.4 million
– Top states:
— #1. California ($378.4 million)
— #2. South Carolina ($106.2 million)
— #3. New Jersey ($35.7 million)
— #4. Georgia ($35.6 million)
— #5. Pennsylvania ($26.4 million)

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#15. Raspberries

– Annual production: $421.4 million
– Top states:
— #1. California ($421.4 million)
— #2. Washington ($109.9 million)

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#14. Broccoli

– Annual production: $631.5 million
– Top states:
— #1. California ($631.5 million)
— #2. Arizona ($87.5 million)

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#13. Lemons

– Annual production: $638.2 million
– Top states:
— #1. California ($638.2 million)
— #2. Arizona ($22.6 million)

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#12. Carrots

– Annual production: $653.7 million
– Top states:
— #1. California ($653.7 million)
— #2. Washington ($169.7 million)
— #3. Wisconsin ($8.1 million)

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#11. Lettuce

– Annual production: $768.5 million
– Top states:
— #1. California ($768.5 million)
— #2. Arizona ($291.0 million)

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#10. Tangerines

– Annual production: $815.1 million
– Top states:
— #1. California ($815.1 million)
— #2. Florida ($21.7 million)

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#9. Oranges

– Annual production: $901.3 million
– Top states:
— #1. California ($901.3 million)
— #2. Florida ($669.8 million)
— #3. Texas ($21.7 million)

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#8. Rice

– Annual production: $905.3 million
– Top states:
— #1. Arkansas ($1.3 billion)
— #2. California ($905.3 million)
— #3. Louisiana ($401.1 million)
— #4. Missouri ($212.1 million)
— #5. Texas ($182.6 million)

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#7. Walnuts

– Annual production: $1.0 billion
– Top states:
— #1. California ($1.0 billion)

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#6. Tomatoes

– Annual production: $1.2 billion
– Top states:
— #1. California ($1.2 billion)
— #2. Florida ($323.5 million)

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#5. Hay & haylage

– Annual production: $1.2 billion
– Top states:
— #1. Texas ($1.7 billion)
— #2. Wisconsin ($1.3 billion)
— #3. California ($1.2 billion)
— #4. Idaho ($1.1 billion)
— #5. Colorado ($1.0 billion)

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#4. Pistachios

– Annual production: $2.9 billion
– Top states:
— #1. California ($2.9 billion)

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#3. Strawberries

– Annual production: $3.0 billion
– Top states:
— #1. California ($3.0 billion)
— #2. Florida ($399.0 million)

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#2. Almonds

– Annual production: $5.0 billion
– Top states:
— #1. California ($5.0 billion)

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#1. Grapes

– Annual production: $5.2 billion
– Top states:
— #1. California ($5.2 billion)
— #2. Washington ($300.8 million)