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    Avocados can replace oil or butter
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    A single grapefruit tree can produce over 1,500 pounds of fruit
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    Eggplants and tomatoes are in the same family
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    The flavor of carrots, squash and tomatoes can be enhanced by a dash of sugar
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    National Farmer's Day is October 12
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    Unlike any other nut, peanuts grow underground
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    Tomatoes should be stored at room temperature
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    Florida is the top squash producing state in the country
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    Cucumbers are 96% water
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    One medium grapefruit can yield approximately 2/3 of a cup of juice
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    Florida accounts for 99% of the nation's supply of spiny lobster
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    Florida ranks as the third highest honey producer in the United States
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    Grapefruits got their name because they grow in grape-like clusters
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    Mushrooms are 90% water
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    Avocados were once called "alligator pears"
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    Orange peels can be used by gardeners as a slug repellent
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    The sabal palm is the official state tree of Florida
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    Chilled cucumber gives almost instant sunburn relief
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    A single Seminole pumpkin vine can produce ten pumpkins
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    You can get more juice out of any citrus fruit by microwaving it for 20 seconds
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