No, they are native to the Mediterranean climate region of the Middle East. It was spread by humans and transported recently to California.
The earliest varieties of almonds are native to western Asia. Spanish explorers brought almonds to the United States, but commercial almond production did not begin to flourish until the 1900s, primarily in California’s Central Valley. By 1977, the United States had surpassed Spanish production, and by 2000, the country had became the leading supplier of almonds worldwide.
California is the only state that produces almonds commercially.
No. The almond is native to the Middle East. It was carried by humans and transplanted to Europe, Asia and California, recently.
No. The almond tree is native to the Middle East. The tree can be easily cultivated and thrives in some parts of California however, because of ideal growing conditions that prevail in the state.
No, almonds are actually native to the Middle East. However, California is currently responsible for 100 percent of America’s supply and 75 percent of the world’s production.
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