What fruit are grown in Mexico?

Answer Mexico cultivates oranges, apples, table grapes, tangerines, grapefruit, pears and raisins; followed by bananas, mangoes, lemons, limes, watermelons, peaches, nectarines, plums, avocados, pineapple... Read More »

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Where in Indiana are fruit trees grown?

Fruit trees are grown throughout Indiana. The state's USDA hardiness zones vary from 5a in pockets of the state to 7 in the extreme southern tip. Fruit trees that grow in such climates include appl... Read More »

What state is the most citrus fruit grown?

I believe it is Tulare county, in California.

Can you transplant full grown fruit trees?

Mature fruit trees can be successfully transplanted in their dormant season. Dig all roots out of the fruit tree drip line and transplant into a new hole mixed with organic compost.References:The U... Read More »

Can dwarf fruit trees be grown in zone 9?

Most dwarf fruit trees will thrive in United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) Hardiness zone 9. Zone 9 is characterized by mild winters, hot summers, and a long growing season. Check your dw... Read More »