SD County Crops Rise in Value for 7th Time in Past Decade to $7.8 Billion

The value of San Diego County’s agricultural output increased by $24 million in 2022 over the previous year, the seventh year of growth in the last decade, according to the county’s annual crop report released Monday.

The 2022 growing season saw a 1.4% increase over 2021, rising to $1.78 billion. The county remains the number one producer of nursery and cut flower products and in the number of organic producers in California.