I would put my money on Humboldt county. They have the largest variety of crops grown in the state of Nevada, according to the state Department of Agriculture.
Much of Nevada is composed of alkali deserts and rolling hills that are unsuitable for agriculture. The soil tends to be very acidic, but you’d have to test the soil in your specific area to know its condition, as it can vary at a micro-level. Most soil in Nevada could gain from the addition of compost to make it good for a garden. The condition of the soil is why Nevada has always been a cattle and mining state. Actually, a large organic composting company -Full Circle Compost- http://www.fullcirclecompost.com/ is located in Northern Nevada to serve the local people and their soil nutrient needs.
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