Yes, Mexico is very strong in agriculture. The country is considered #1 for onions, avocados, lemons and limes, according to the first source below. However, agriculture is not a very strong contributor to Mexico’s GDP; it only accounts for 4% of the gross domestic product. However, it is unclear if this statistic is for crops purchased within Mexico. The country does export $185 billion dollars (2009) to the United States, and this is mostly comprised of agricultural products.
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