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Early Ohioans depended on native fruits found in the wild. Peaches were the first orchard trees in Ohio, but apples were more important commercially during the years of early settlement.
In 1992, 1,717 farms in Ohio had more than 17,000 acres planted in orchards. The top eight counties were: