There are over twenty-one apple varieties grown in Oregon and they are all unique in their own ways.
Beef cattle are one of the only commodities raised in all 36 counties of Oregon! Learn everything you need to know about them, from birth to harvest.
Oregon is the number two producer of blueberries in the nation! Learn more about delicious Oregon blueberries.
Broccoli is an edible flower packed with nutrients. Learn more about the production of this signature green vegetable.
Oregon ranks number one in the U.S. for blackberry, raspberry, marionberry and boysenberry production all berries known as “Caneberries”. Learn more about these signature Oregon crops.
Which came first, the chicken or the egg? We don’t have the answer to that question, but click the button to find other egg-citing facts!
Oregon is the number one producer of Christmas trees in the United States. Explore the wonderful world of Christmas trees.
Corn in Oregon is Sweet Corn and Grain Corn! Click here to learn more about the corn industry in our state!
Cranberries are one of only three berries native to North America. Learn more about the fascinating production of cranberries.
Did you know the state beverage of Oregon is milk? Check out the Dairy for more information about Oregon dairy cows and the industry.
Dungeness crab has been harvested in Oregon since the 1800’s. Dive deep into the exciting world of crabs, crabbing and a tasty recipe!
Oregon is the number one producer of grass seed, in the world! Find out what makes Oregon so perfect for growing grass seed.
Oregon is the nation’s 10th ranked flower producing state. There are about 300 commercial flower growers in the state of Oregon!
Grapes for wine are ranked number seven on Oregon’s Top 20 agricultural commodities list! Click below to learn more about the wine grape industry in Oregon.
From a bush or grown on a pole, green beans are a widely eaten vegetable with a storied history in Oregon. Learn more about the varieties and uses of this Oregon-grown vegetable!
The weather and amazing soils allow for many varieties of trees and shrubs to be grown in Oregon. Oregon is one of the three highest producing states of greenhouse and nursery plants in the nation! Learn more here!
Oregon produces over 99% of the hazelnuts grown in the United States. Click the button to discover the wonderful world of hazelnuts.
Herb and spice varieties grown in Oregon can be used for many different products such as meal ingredients, sauces or essential oils. Click here to learn more about these herbs and spices!
Bees play a major role in successful crop growth. Click the link below to learn more about bees and honey production in Oregon!
In today’s agricultural industry, Oregon is the second largest hop producing state in the United States. Click the link below to learn more about hop production Oregon!
Explore this facilitating vegetable, cultivated and used all around the word. Like the vegetable, there are many layers to the complexity of cultivation and harvest of this crop.
Oregon provides the perfect weather and soil for growing pears. Pear production in Oregon makes up 84% of the nation’s fresh pear fruit! Click here to learn more about pears!
Oregon produces 35% of the nation’s total amount of peppermint. Click below to learn more about the importance of peppermint in Oregon!
Potatoes are a great source of vitamins and minerals. They have been cultivated in Oregon since 1800! Find out more here.
Pumpkins grown in Oregon brought in a monetary value of over $9.7 million dollars in 2018. Learn more about the Oregon pumpkin commodity here!
Salmon have always been important to Oregon. Click to learn about their life cycle, how they are harvested, a yummy Oregon recipe and more!
Specialty seed crops are important crops in Oregon, grown on more than 16000 acres and valued at more than 37 million dollars in 2010.
This sweet and delicious fruit is widely appreciated for its characteristic taste and signature flavor. Learn more about this industry in Oregon.
Watermelon is grown in the Umatilla County of Eastern Oregon. Learn more information about watermelon here!