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Baja California Sur is a state located in the northwest of Mexico, known for its arid climate and diverse agriculture. Here are the top 10 agricultural products of Baja California Sur, along with their approximate acreage and revenue:

  1. Dates: Dates are a major crop in Baja California Sur, with an approximate acreage of 3,500 hectares and a revenue of around $45 million. They are mainly grown in the regions of Comondú, Loreto, and Mulegé.

  2. Tomatoes: Tomatoes are an important vegetable crop in Baja California Sur, with an approximate acreage of 1,000 hectares and a revenue of around $15 million. They are mainly grown in the regions of La Paz and Los Cabos.

  3. Squash: Squash is a popular vegetable in Baja California Sur, with an approximate acreage of 800 hectares and a revenue of around $12 million. They are mainly grown in the regions of La Paz and Los Cabos.

  4. Mangoes: Mangoes are a tropical fruit that is grown in Baja California Sur, with an approximate acreage of 500 hectares and a revenue of around $8 million. They are mainly grown in the regions of Los Cabos and La Paz.

  5. Avocados: Avocados are a popular fruit in Baja California Sur, with an approximate acreage of 300 hectares and a revenue of around $6 million. They are mainly grown in the regions of Los Cabos and La Paz.

  6. Papayas: Papayas are a tropical fruit that is grown in Baja California Sur, with an approximate acreage of 200 hectares and a revenue of around $4 million. They are mainly grown in the regions of Los Cabos and La Paz.

  7. Chiles: Chiles are a staple vegetable in Mexican cuisine, and Baja California Sur is a major producer, with an approximate acreage of 100 hectares and a revenue of around $2 million. They are mainly grown in the regions of La Paz and Los Cabos.

  8. Lemons: Lemons are a citrus fruit that is grown in Baja California Sur, with an approximate acreage of 50 hectares and a revenue of around $1 million. They are mainly grown in the regions of Los Cabos and La Paz.

  9. Watermelons: Watermelons are a popular fruit in Baja California Sur, with an approximate acreage of 30 hectares and a revenue of around $500,000. They are mainly grown in the regions of La Paz and Los Cabos.

  10. Melons: Melons are a popular fruit in Baja California Sur, with an approximate acreage of 20 hectares and a revenue of around $400,000. They are mainly grown in the regions of La Paz and Los Cabos.