What is Alabama most valuable crop?
Alabama's main crop is cotton (before the boll weevil came in)
As is true across the US its most valuable crop is its children for the children are the future of the State and of the Nation. It is also a major producer of potatoes, wheat, barley, hops, apples and has a virtual monopoly on hazelnuts. It has a vast amount of available timber is enjoying a growth its wineries and produces other items including peppermint.
In terms of sales value, tobacco is the leading crop and greenhouse and nursery items are the second most valuable. Ranked by acres planted, soybeans are first and corn is the second leading crop. Cotton was the state's leading crop until the early 1950s and after declining for several years has become an important part of the economy again.