What kind of crops grow in Israel?

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According to Answers.com's CIA Factbook:

Israel's agricultural produce are: citrus, vegetables, cotton

The citrus is mainly Oranges grown in the central area of the country. There not called Jaffa oranges for nothing.

Of course the biblical seven species of the Land of Israel are: Wheat, Barley, Grapes, Figs, Pomegranates, Olives and Dates

These are still grown today, however most of the grains are only for export.

 Grapes / Wine There are numerous wineries in Israel from the small boutique wines to the larger companies. Some of the largest wineries are Golan and Carmel.

 Olive Oil Olive Oil is also produced in Israel from Olives grown in the country. Olive trees are mostly found in the Judea area.
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