Where are carrots mostly grown?
Approximately 94% of the U.S. carrot production is grown in seven states: California (66,580 acres or 63% of the total production); Texas (9,400 acres); Washington (8,360 acres); Michigan (7,120 acres); Florida (6,780 acres); Colorado (3,700 acres); and Wisconsin (3,660 acres).
Where are carrots found?
Domestic carrots originated in Central Asia and wild carrots are indigenous to Europe, North Africa, and Western Asia. Carrots are available in a variety of colors including white, purple, yellow, orange, and red, although orange is the most popular and highest in beta-carotene.
What can you grow in Indonesia?
The major crops produced in Indonesia include, but are not limited to, rice, palm oil, sugarcane, cassava, coconuts, corn, bananas, rubber, mangoes, oranges, chillies, sweet potatoes, soybeans, and peanuts.
Where do UK carrots come from?
Traditionally carrots have been grown in the East of the country on the Norfolk Sands and the Fens region and up on the Lancaster peats. Over the years this has altered with Nottinghamshire and Scotland becoming important production areas.
Where are carrots grown in Australia?
Victoria produces approximately 28 per cent of all carrots grown in Australia, followed by Western Australia at 24 per cent and Tasmania at 21 per cent. Tasmania is the most productive state, with average yields of 73 T/Ha. Australia exports carrots to a growing number of countries.
What do Indonesian farmers grow?
Most farm land is used for rice or another food crop. Other crops include corn (maize), cassava, sweet potatoes, peanuts (groundnuts), and soybeans.
What vegetables are grown in Indonesia?
The major vegetables cultivated in Indonesia (besides mushrooms) and their average yields are cabbages (22.4 t/ha), chilli (4.7 to 6.4 t/ha), potato (16.4 t/ha), shallot and onions (8.8 t/ha), and tomato (12.6 t/ha) (White et al., 2007). The production of vegetables increased during the last decade (Figure 1).