What Crops Are Grown in New Jersey?

Crops grown in New Jersey include potatoes, hay, wheat, apples, peaches, berries and corn. The leading field crops are wheat, corn and soybeans. The most primary source of agricultural income is greenhouse and nursery products.

New Jersey is among the leading producers of cranberries and blueberries in the country. Farmers in New Jersey also engage in different activities, such as bee keeping and dairy farming. Most of the farm products in New Jersey are sold to its residents. Hay farmers produce enough hay to supply to thousands of ranches in other states. Nursery plants, such as lilies, roses, orchids and geraniums are grown for the urban market.