“Each year the Sonoma County Agricultural Commissioner releases a report on agricultural production. The reported value for 2012 was $821,345,000, which is an increase of approximately 41% from the 2011 value of $581,081,700. The marked increase in gross value for 2012 is attributed primarily to a nearly 68% increase in winegrape production over 2011. Total tonnage of winegrapes was up 60%, as more than 267,000 tons were processed in 2012, valued at $582,942,100. This represents the largest recorded winegrape crop in the history of Sonoma County. Increases in other crops were also experienced. For these details and more see the 2012 Crop Report.”
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