Is Hawaii the only state that grows coffee?

Answer Yes, Hawaii is the only U.S. state in which coffee is grown commercially. In fact, its Kona coffee is considered some of the best in the world. The only other coffee grown in the U.S. comes from Pu... Read More »

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Which state is the only state to grow coffee beans?

Hawaii is the only state in the United States that grows coffee beans. Hawaii's best known coffee is Kona. Only coffee grown in the North and South districts of Kona can legally be labeled as such.... Read More »

Is there a type of grass that only grows to a few inches tall?

There is a grass that only grows about two inches, I think it's called curly brown top. From its name I would assume it grows to about 2 inches and then the top dies off. It was developed for grass... Read More »

Can we make milk coffee in coffee maker or only black coffee?

Hello joyous,Normally,the milk is heated to boiling temperatures inside the coffee maker. This will cause many problems-the milk could coagulate and clog the coffee maker. Also, the milk residue wi... Read More »

Which state grows more oranges and grapefruit than any other state?

Florida grows far more oranges and grapefruit than any other state. The link takes the curious surfer to the United States Department of Agriculture's web site, specifically to the .pdf version of ... Read More »