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    Strawberries contain more vitamin C than oranges
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    Heirloom vegetables are grown from seeds that have been passed down generations and are naturally pollinated
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    Despite popular belief, the lobes on a bell pepper do not indicate gender or sweetness
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    Bell peppers can also be brown, purple, maroon or white
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    Florida is the top producer of snap beans in the nation
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    Strawberries are sweetest at room temperature
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    There are more than 47,000 farms spread across 9.5 million acres in Florida
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    Sugarcane is commonly planted around eggplant to serve as an effective windbreak
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    January is National Citrus Month
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    Each snap bean pod contains between 4 and 6 snap beans
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    To keep radishes fresh, cut off the leaves and root, wrap them in a damp towel and place them in a resealable bag
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    Florida has more that 4,700 native or naturalized plants
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    Pink shrimp is the most abundant type of shrimp in Florida
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    Honeybees pollinate 75% of Florida's agricultural crops
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    Eggplants are technically berries
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    Garlic peels easier after microwaving it for 10 seconds
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    Water speeds up the spoiling process, so don't wash strawberries until you're ready to eat them
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    A tomato is ready to be eaten when there is a strong, sweet-acidic fragrance at the stem.
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    If all the boxes of Florida tomatoes shipped in a crop year were laid end to end, they'd stretch from Pensacola to Beijing, round trip
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