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County Crop Data



The Crop Report

Each year, the Ventura County Agricultural Commissioner releases a Crop Report that provides a wealth of information about what local farmers grow, how much it’s worth and how many acres are devoting to growing it.

Download the 2018 Report

Previous reports: 2017201620152014, 2013, 2012, 2011, 2010, 2009, 2008, 2007, 2006, 2005, 2004

Top Five Ventura County Crops for 2018

266 Million
206 Million
202 Million
Nursey Stock
171 Million
  • What’s Growing Now?

    Thanks to its temperate climate, Ventura County produces crops year-round. Farmers involved in vegetable and berry production typically plant and harvest multiple crops each year. Orchard crops ripen and are harvested for many months at a time.

  • What’s Growing Where?

    This map shows where the county’s major crops are grown.

    Download a PDF of this Map

Frequently Asked Questions About Ventura County Farming

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A. Strawberries. They brought growers $618 million in gross revenues in 2015.

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