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Figs and dates grow in Egypt

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What fruits grow in Egypt figs apples dates or grapes?

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FIGS AND DATES!All of the fruits listed in the question: Figs, Apples, Dates, and Grapes, are grown in Egypt and were grown in Egypt historically. Apple production, though, is significantly lower than the others since apples require a more temperate climate for optimal production than what Egypt can provide. By contrast, since date palms are quite common in Egypt, date production was quite high.


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The vegetables grown in Egypt were Radishes, cabbage, leeks, celery, endive, cucumbers and carrots. Some other things would be dates, figs, grapes, apples, olives and pomergranates.

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