Yes they grow very well in California, especially considering they are a warm-season crop, need a lot of sunshine, and do not tolerate frost. They also need it for long periods of time, as their growing season is at least 80 days, with initial planting in February, with a optimal temperature between 78°F to 68°F, perfect especially in the Southern California climate.
Yes they do. There are 3 main regions where eggplant can grow in California. In 1995 that average yields was 16.5 tons per acre in 840 acres.
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