No; every US state has some form of agriculture. While some are better known than others (Kansas, Nebraska, Hawaii), fertile soil and the propagation of botanical species for consumption, sale or regrowth is present in not only every state, but virtually every county of the United States. The exception to this would be extremely arid deserts, tundras or rocky coastlines. The USDA website, which I have posted below, can specify more about what is grown where.
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