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The Potato Sector
California ranks 9th compared to the other potato producing states with 3% of the total US production. Potatoes are grown year round in California due to the state's unique geography and climate.

Potato growing areas in California

There are 4 major potato growing regions in California:

  • Klamath/Tulelake Basin in Siskiyou and Modoc Counties (fresh, processing, seed)

  • The Delta Basin in San Joaquin County (emphasis on seed potatoes)

  • Kern and Los Angeles Counties (fresh, chipping)

  • The desert and mountain valleys of Imperial, Riverside and San Diego Counties (fresh)

California is also the second largest grower of sweet potatoes in the United States.

Agricultural Statistics California

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Potato Yield in 2015: 420.00 cwt/acre Fall only
Potato Yield in 2015: 393.00 cwt/acre All seasons
Potato Yield in 2015: 385.00 cwt/acre Spring only
Potato Price at Producer in 2015: 13.70 USD/cwt All seasons
Potato Area Harvested in 2014: 33,100.00 acres All seasons
Potato Area Harvested in 2014: 24,800.00 acres Spring only
Potato Production in 2014: 15,557.00 (000) cwt All seasons