Environmental Science Unit 3 Homework

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Environmental Science Unit 1 Running head: ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE UNIT 3 HOMEWORK Environmental Science Unit 3 Homework Sheryl MacKay Everest College Online Environmental Science EVS 1001-1005 Elizabeth Hansen February 20, 2010
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Environmental Science Unit 3 Homework In New Jersey there are many types of produce grown, both fruit and vegetables. You have: apples, cranberries, peaches, corn, strawberries, tomatoes, cucumbers, onions, lettuce, peas and potatoes, just to name a few. You can buy your Jersey Fresh apples in small and large retail stores or you can pick them from the farms directly. New Jersey has 30 different varieties grown. The oldest being the Winesap, dating back to the late 1700s. The most popular varieties in New Jersey are: Red and Golden Delicious, McIntosh, and Granny Smith. Apples are native to the Caucasus Mountains of West Asia. They have been grown since the prehistoric times. (Season: July 1 st – October 31 st ) Peaches, originally grown in China. In New Jersey 90% of the peaches grown come from Gloucester County. Peaches from New Jersey are harvested from mid July to mid September, the most active being July 20 th – September 1 st .
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