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The first American orchard was planted in 1625 in Boston, while both George Washington and Thomas Jefferson cultivated fruit orchards on their Virginia lands. Today, apples are grown on over 300,000 acres of orchards and farms, helping to make the U.S. the second largest producer of apples in the world behind China. Fruit orchards around the country represent businesses both large and small, from local u-pick-em orchards where families can pick seasonal fruits to huge citrus groves in California and Florida that stock the nation’s supermarket shelves with orange juice and other fresh produce.

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