Why are apples grown in the northern part of us?
i love apples ok i am in claa right now more then 7,500 varies of apples row in the world. ok the red and green and yellow apples are the most popuar in the us apples r members of the roes.pears,peaches,plums.cherries family
because the climate is better
climate grows better fruit grow here but to hot to quick Texas
Nowhere in the U.S.A,but in Hawaii they do in the northern part of it.
Apples can be grown nearly anywhere in the US. Mexico does not have very many, and much of Canada is too cold. The bulk of the US supply of apples is grown in the state of Washington.
Some apples are grown in nearly every US state. As of 2007, Washington state was the leader in apple production.
In the Pacific Northwest part of the US, including Washington, Oregon, and Idaho. Apples grown there will have the best consistency in size, grade, color, and flavor due to the region's climate which has warm days and cool nights as the apples ripen.
Apples are a major crop in the US state of Washington.
Fruit grown in the US are many different types. These include but are not limited to apples, oranges, and avocados.
The state of Washington produces over half of the domestic supply of apples in the US. Significant quantities are also grown in California, New York, and Michigan.
It was discovered on the Mullins Farm in Clay County, West Virginia.
The best apples you'll ever taste are grown on New England's rocky soils. Their unique blend of sweet and tart flavors are a product of the region's long, hot summers and crisp fall days. New England apples have outstanding flavor, size, and freshness. About 40 varieties of apples are commonly grown in New England Of Course for all the Sarah Palin Fans out there, New England is not a State, but is a region of… Read More
pretty much all of them, from bannana and citrus to cherry and apples
no it is in the northern part of US.
New York (the big APPLE)
Frederick Douglass moved to the northern part of the US to escape from slavery.
What is the name of five large lakes in the northern part of the US and how are they used?
corn and wheat and rasberries and strawberries and tomatoes
Apples can be grown in all states but, some states grow more Apples than others. The top Apple producing states in the US are Washington state, New York, Pennsylvania, Massachusetts, and Connecticut.
Lettuce can be grown in a garden almost anywhere in the US, but by far the majority of commercial lettuce is grown in the Salinas Valley on California's central coast.
African daisies come from South Africa but they can be grown elsewhere. They are grown in the northern US, and Pacific northwest as annual flowers.
Northern Hemisphere, as the majority of it is north of the equator
northern part of Alaska
The southern hemisphere is the only one where there is no part of the US.
in the western part of North Carolina
Some of the varieties grown in Michigan are available in the UK such as Empire, Fuji, Gala (actually grown in the UK) and Golden Delicious (grown in France and tasteless). Where actual Michigan apples are sold I do not know unless one of the big supermarket chains have managed to obtain them at the rock-bottom prices they expect from their suppliers or some speciality greengrocer who supplies US ex-pats.
The northern part of Alaska Only a part of Alaska. Alaska Alaska
The Northern parts of Alaska are considered to be part of the tundra.
in northern part of the us, about 75oF
In the US, all of them.
It is called a pecan.
Canada is on the north in relation to the US. The southern part of Canada forms the border with the northern part of United States.
A large part of the country's supply of zinc come from mines in the northern part of Idaho.
Apples, oranges, grapes, strawberries, melons (cantaloupe, watermelon, honeydew)pears, peaches, cherries, cranberries, blueberries
In North America onions are grown during spring/summer season in Canada and northern US states. Elsewhere onions are grown during the fall/winter season.
In the US, apples and wheat, along with a great number of other crops, can be grown in nearly every state. Kansas is most notable for wheat production just as the state of Washington is most notable for apple orchards.
Just the northern part of Alaska.
which river forms part of mexicos northern border with the U.S.
No, all true deserts in the U.S. are in the southwest part of the country.
Yes. Hurricanes have struck the northern part of the U.S. East Coast and parts of Canada as well.
Yes, though mostly in the American South, where they have always been a widely grown crop. Few Northern gardeners who were not raised in the South grow mustard greens, or are even familiar with them.
You are more likely to find a dersert in the southern part of the US because it is closer to the Equator.
No, the pronoun 'they' is a personal pronoun. A personal pronoun takes the place of a noun for a specific person or thing. They are: I, you, we, he, she, it, me, us, him, her, they, them. A demonstrative pronoun takes the place of a noun, indicating near or far in place or time. They are: this, that, these, those. Example: These apples are locally grown. They look so good that I think I'll buy… Read More
In the southern part, because it is hotter and dryer there.
The United States was at war with the Confederate States of America. The Confederacy was formed in 1861 and had 11 states within it. The Confederates were fighting to become an independent nation. They had been part of the USA.
The Appalachian Mountains and the various ranges in them cut diagonally from the lower New England states, through western New York State, cutting down the northeast center to southwest of Pennsylvania, into western Virginia and all the the southern State of Alabama. The Appalachians extend west into Kentucky.