ST. PETERSBURG — Florida’s Department of Agriculture released a 180-page report late last week showing that citrus fruits, snap beans and cucumbers grown in the Sunshine State are among the industry’s highlights.
The report reveals the sweep of the state’s agriculture industry; it’s the second-largest industry in the state, behind tourism. Agriculture contributes $104 billion to the state’s economy annually and employs 2 million people.
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