We have a lot of undeveloped land in Michigan, my home, and I see that here. There is arid land and I wonder what can they grow here. This what I found out. For our US consumption we get their wheat, beans, corn and sorghum. Hay is another dry land crop that works here. In some areas you find onions, potatoes, dairy, sheep, cattle, cotton, poultry and eggs. Their warm climate can produce sugarcane, tomatoes, bananas, mangoes, avocados, blue agave, coffee and pecans. Great to hear they can grow so many crops and plants in different places in the state of New Mexico.
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