In 2009 they were North Dakota, Kansas, Montana, South Dakota, and Washington.
The number one crop grown in North Dakota is wheat, especially durum wheat which is used to make pasta. Other crops grown in North Dakota used for food are sunflowers, soy beans, sugar beets, beans (dry), potatoes, and oats.
North Dakota grows sugar beets
Yes, they grow honey in Fargo, North Dakota. More specifically, honey is grown in the Fargo, North Dakota area, especially in the Red River Valley. North Dakota is the nation's leader of honey production.
the flax plant can grow in North Dakota if that's any help :)
Oats,Barley and Flax seeds (rape seeds)
Wheat, barley, oats, etc.
Corn, soybeans, wheat, barle, oats. sunflower, flax, canola and sugar Beets.
Saskatchewan and Manitoba, Canada are to the north of North Dakota and North Dakota is to the north of South Dakota.
North Dakota has the most churches per capita of any state. North Dakota also has the highest percentage of church-going population of any state. North Dakota is the largest producer in the U.S. of many cereal grains including barley (36% of U.S. crop), durum wheat (58%), hard red spring wheat (48%), oats (17%), and combined wheat of all types (15%)
Special plants of North Dakota include red durum wheat and sugar beets, both major crops grown in North Dakota. North Dakota's state flower is the Wild Prairie Rose or Rosa Arkansana. North Dakota's state tree is the American Elm, the state fruit is the Chokecherry, and the state grass is the Western Wheatgrass.