INDEX OF CROPS/CROP GROUPS/CROP SUBGROUPS, AND CROP DEFINITIONS
May 3, 2016

CROPS/CROP GROUPS/CROP SUBGROUPS (including crop grouping revisions per Federal Register [FR] Final Rules beginning Dec. 7, 2007):

 

The crop group table below includes all crop groups, subgroups, representative (rep) crops and commodities that were established with the crop grouping regulation published in the FR in 1995 (published as regulation in 17 MAY 95 FR:40 CFR 180.41). In October 2002 the IR-4/USDA International Crop Grouping Symposium was held to propose expansion of crop groups to include many “orphan” minor crops and to propose new crop groups, subgroups and rep crops.


The first set of revisions to the 1995 crop grouping regulation (based on results of the Oct. 2002 Symposium) was published in the FR December 7, 2007, and included the following: Crop Group 3-07: Bulb Vegetable Group; Crop Group 13-07: Berry and Small Fruit Crop Group; and a new Crop Group 21: Edible Fungi Group (the “-07” added to groups 3 and 13 designates these groups were revised in 2007; the lack of an “-07” for Crop group 21 indicates it is the first codification of this group). In the crop group table below the name of each of these revised crop groups and the new group 21 are hyperlinked to the 12/7/07 FR Final Rule that codified them.


The second set of revisions to the 1995 crop grouping regulation was published in the FR December 8, 2010, and included the following: Crop Group 8-10: Fruiting Vegetable Group; Crop Group 10-10: Citrus Fruit Group; Crop Group 11-10: Pome Fruit Group; and a new Crop Group 20: Oilseed Group (the “-10” added to groups 8, 10 and 11 designates these groups were revised in 2010; the lack of a “-10” for Crop group 20 indicates it is the first codification of this group). In the crop group table below the name of each of these revised crop groups and the new group 20 are hyperlinked to the 12/8/10 FR Final Rule that codified them.


The third set of revisions to the 1995 crop grouping regulation was published in the FR August 22, 2012, and included the following: Crop Group 12-12: Stone Fruit Group; and Crop Group 14-12: Tree Nut Group (the “-12” added to groups 12 and 14 designates these groups were revised in 2012). In the crop group table below the name of each of these revised crop groups is hyperlinked to the 8/22/12 FR Final Rule that codified them.

The fourth set of revisions to the 1995 crop grouping regulation was published in the FR May 3, 2016, and included the following: Crop Group 4-16: Leafy Vegetable Group; Crop Group 5-16: Head and Stem Brassica Vegetable Group; new Crop Group 22: Stalk, Stem and Leaf Petiole Vegetable Group; new Crop Group 23: Tropical and Subtropical Fruit, Edible Peel Group; and new Crop Group 24: Tropical and Subtropical Fruit, Inedible Peel Group (the “-16” added to groups 4 and 5 designates these groups were revised in 2016; the lack of a “-16” for Crop Groups 22, 23 and 24 indicates it is the first codification of these groups). In the crop group table below the name of each of these revised crop groups and the new groups 22, 23 and 24 are hyperlinked to the 5/3/16 FR Final Rule that codified them.


NOTE : Crop group conversions based upon Crop Group 4 and 5 tolerances will not be straightforward and may result in displaced commodities (see EPA’s Supplementary Guidance for Phase IV of Crop Group Revisions Rulemaking memorandum, and EPA’s Visual Summary of Crop Group Phase IV Revisions - Changes from Groups 4 and 5 to Groups 4-16, 5-16 and 22 for full details). The commodities arugula, garden cress and upland cress were members of Subgroup 4A (represented by lettuces and spinach), and have become members of Subgroup 4-16B (represented by mustard greens); a conversion request from Subgroup 4A to Subgroup 4-16A would result in the displacement of these 3 commodities, and tolerances will have to be requested for each of them individually. The commodity Swiss chard was a member of Subgroup 4B (represented by celery), and has become a member of Subgroup 4-16A (represented by lettuces and spinach); a conversion request from Subgroup 4B to Subgroup 22A would result in the displacement of this commodity, and a tolerance will have to be requested for it individually. The commodities celtuce and Florence fennel were members of Subgroup 4B (represented by celery), and have become members of Subgroup 22A (represented by asparagus); a conversion request from Subgroup 4B to Subgroup 22B would result in the displacement of these 2 commodities, and tolerances will have to be requested for each of them individually. The commodity Chinese broccoli was a member of Subgroup 5A (represented by cabbage; and broccoli or cauliflower), and has become a member of Subgroup 4-16B (represented by mustard greens); a conversion request from Subgroup 5A to Crop Group 5-16 would result in the displacement of this commodity, and a tolerance will have to be requested for it individually. The commodity kohlrabi was a member of Subgroup 5A (represented by cabbage; and broccoli or cauliflower), and has become a member of Subgroup 22A (represented by asparagus); a conversion request from Subgroup 5A to Crop Group 5-16 would result in the displacement of this commodity, and a tolerance will have to be requested for it individually. Each of these displaced commodities in the Crop Grouping table below is presented in a different font color..


As crop group revisions continue to be codified via FR Final Rules, they will be added to this table (rows colored beige), and new petition submissions to EPA will request tolerances for the revised crop groups/subgroups. For existing tolerances and crop group/subgroup registrations based on the 1995 regulation, there will not be automatic revisions to the new groups. Instead, these changes will need to be specifically requested by registrants, or by IR-4 when submitting tolerance petitions.

CROP DEFINITIONS AND INTERPRETATIONS, per 40CFR 180.1(g):


The crop group table below also includes a number of crop definitions as established per 40 CRR 180.1, paragraph (g). These entries are in rows colored light blue (any new or revised crop definitions codified along with new crop groups/crop group revisions via FR Final Rules are shown in rows colored pink with the new or revision date). These definitions may exclude some commodities that have subsequently been included in crop groups and subgroups (for example, the definitions of Bean and Pea). By these definitions, tolerances and exemptions established for pesticide chemicals in or on the general category of raw agricultural commodity (RAC) listed in column A only apply to the corresponding specific RACs listed in column B. However, a tolerance or exemption for a specific RAC in column B does not apply to the general category of RAC in Column A. For example, a tolerance requested and established for the general category of RAC, Onion (in column A), by crop definition, applies to and covers the specific RACs bulb onion, green onion and garlic (the commodities listed in column B). However, a tolerance requested and established for the specific RAC, garlic (in column B), does not apply to the general category of RAC, Onion, in column A.

Colors in table below:
Blue = Crop Definitions
Pink = Newer Revised Crop Definitions
Brown = Revised or New Crop Groups
White = Crop Group per 1995 FR Final rule

 

Crop Groups and Subgroups -
Number and Name

Representative
Commodities

Commodities

1. ROOT AND TUBER
VEGETABLES

Carrot, potato, radish and sugar beet

Arracacha; arrowroot; artichoke, Chinese; artichoke, Jerusalem; beet, garden; beet, sugar; burdock, edible; canna, edible; carrot; cassava, bitter and sweet; celeriac; chayote (root); chervil, turnip-rooted; chicory; chufa; dasheen (taro); ginger; ginseng; horseradish; leren; parsley, turnip-rooted; parsnip; potato; radish; radish, oriental (daikon); rutabaga; salsify; salsify, black; salsify, Spanish; skirret; sweet potato; tanier; turmeric; turnip; yam bean; yam, true

1A.
Root vegetables subgroup

Carrot, radish and sugar beet

Beet, garden; beet, sugar; burdock, edible; carrot; celeriac; chervil, turnip-rooted; chicory; ginseng; horseradish; parsley, turnip-rooted; parsnip; radish; radish, oriental (daikon); rutabaga; salsify; salsify, black; salsify, Spanish; skirret; turnip

1B.
Root vegetables (except sugar beet) subgroup

Carrot and radish

Beet, garden; burdock, edible; carrot; celeriac; chervil, turnip-rooted; chicory; ginseng; horseradish; parsley, turnip-rooted; parsnip; radish; radish, oriental (daikon); rutabaga; salsify; salsify, black; salsify, Spanish; skirret; turnip

1C.
Tuberous and corm vegetables subgroup

Potato

Arracacha; arrowroot; artichoke, Chinese; artichoke, Jerusalem; canna, edible; cassava, bitter and sweet; chayote (root); chufa; dasheen (taro); ginger; leren; potato; sweet potato; tanier; turmeric; yam bean; yam, true

1D.
Tuberous and corm vegetables (except potato) subgroup

Sweet potato

Arracacha; arrowroot; artichoke, Chinese; artichoke, Jerusalem; canna, edible; cassava, bitter and sweet; chayote (root); chufa; dasheen (taro); ginger; leren; sweet potato; tanier; turmeric; yam bean; yam, true

Crop Group 1
Crop Definitions

A

B

Radish, oriental, roots

Raphanus sativus var. longipinnatus (roots and tops), including Chinese or Japanese radish (both white and red); winter radish, daikon; lobok; lo pak; and other cultivars and/or hybrids of these

Radish, oriental, tops

Raphanus sativus var. longipinnatus (roots and tops), including Chinese or Japanese radish (both white and red); winter radish, daikon; lobok; lo pak; and other cultivars and/or hybrids of these

Sweet potato

Sweet potato; yam

2. LEAVES OF ROOT AND TUBER VEGETABLES (HUMAN FOOD OR ANIMAL FEED)

Turnip and garden beet or sugar beet

Beet, garden; beet, sugar; burdock, edible; carrot; cassava, bitter and sweet; celeriac; chervil, turnip-rooted; chicory; dasheen (taro); parsnip; radish; radish, oriental (daikon); rutabaga; salsify, black; sweet potato; tanier; turnip; yam, true

3-07. BULB VEGETABLE GROUP

Onion, bulb and onion, green

Chive, fresh leaves; chive, Chinese, fresh leaves; daylily, bulb; elegans hosta; fritillaria, bulb; fritillaria, leaves; garlic, bulb; garlic, great-headed, bulb; garlic, serpent, bulb; kurrat; lady's leek; leek; leek, wild; lily, bulb; onion, Beltsville bunching; onion, bulb; onion, Chinese, bulb; onion, fresh; onion, green; onion, macrostem; onion, pearl; onion, potato, bulb; onion, tree, tops; onion, Welsh, tops; shallot, bulb; shallot, fresh leaves; cultivars, varieties, and/or hybrids of these

3-07A.
Onion, bulb, subgroup

Onion, bulb

Daylily, bulb; fritillaria, bulb; garlic, bulb; garlic, great-headed, bulb; garlic, serpent, bulb; lily, bulb; onion, bulb; onion, Chinese, bulb; onion, pearl; onion, potato, bulb; shallot, bulb; cultivars, varieties, and/or hybrids of these

3-07 B.
Onion, green, subgroup

Onion, green

Chive, fresh leaves; chive, Chinese, fresh leaves; elegans hosta; fritillaria, leaves; kurrat; lady's leek; leek; leek, wild; onion, Beltsville bunching; onion, fresh; onion, green; onion, macrostem; onion, tree, tops; onion, Welsh, tops; shallot, fresh leaves; cultivars, varieties, and/or hybrids of these

Crop Group 3-07
Crop Definitions

A

B

Garlic

Garlic, great headed; garlic; garlic, serpent, bulb

Onion

Onion, bulb; onion, green; garlic

Onion, bulb

Onion, bulb; garlic, bulb; garlic, great headed, bulb; garlic, serpent, bulb; onion, Chinese, bulb; onion, pearl; onion, potato, bulb; shallot, bulb

Onion, green

Onion, green; lady's leek; leek; leek, wild; onion, Beltsville bunching; onion, fresh; onion, tree, tops; onion, Welsh, tops; shallot, fresh leaves

3. BULB VEGETABLES

Onion, green and onion, dry bulb

Garlic; garlic, great-headed; leek; onion, dry bulb and green; onion, Welsh; shallot

4-16. LEAFY VEGETABLE GROUP

Head lettuce, leaf lettuce, mustard greens and spinach

Amaranth, Chinese; amaranth, leafy; arugula; aster, Indian; blackjack; broccoli, Chinese; broccoli raab; cabbage, abyssinian; cabbage, Chinese, bok choy; cabbage, seakale; cat’s whiskers; cham-chwi; cham-na-mul; chervil, fresh leaves; chipilin; chrysanthemum, garland; cilantro, fresh leaves; collards; corn salad; cosmos; cress, garden; cress, upland; dandelion, leaves; dang-gwi, leaves; dillweed; dock; dol-nam-mul; ebolo; endive; escarole; fameflower; feather cockscomb; good king henry; hanover salad; huauzontle; jute, leaves; kale; lettuce, bitter; lettuce, head; lettuce, leaf; maca, leaves; mizuna; mustard greens; orach; parsley, fresh leaves; plantain, buckhorn; primrose, English; purslane, garden; purslane, winter; radicchio; radish, leaves; rape greens; rocket, wild; shepherd’s purse; spinach; spinach, Malabar; spinach, New Zealand; spinach, tanier; Swiss chard; turnip greens; violet, Chinese, leaves; watercress; cultivars, varieties, and hybrids of these commodities

4-16A.
Leafy greens subgroup

Head lettuce, leaf lettuce and spinach

Amaranth, Chinese; amaranth, leafy; aster, Indian; blackjack; cat’s whiskers; cham-chwi; cham-na-mul; chervil, fresh leaves; chipilin; chrysanthemum, garland; cilantro, fresh leaves; corn salad; cosmos; dandelion, leaves; dang-gwi, leaves; dillweed; dock; dol-nam-mul; ebolo; endive; escarole; fameflower; feather cockscomb; good king henry; huauzontle; jute, leaves; lettuce, bitter; lettuce, head; lettuce, leaf; orach; parsley, fresh leaves; plantain, buckhorn; primrose, English; purslane, garden; purslane, winter; radicchio; spinach; spinach, Malabar; spinach, New Zealand; spinach, tanier; Swiss chard; violet, Chinese, leaves; cultivars, varieties, and hybrids of these commodities

4-16B.
Brassica leafy greens subgroup

Mustard greens

Arugula; broccoli, Chinese; broccoli raab; cabbage, abyssinian; cabbage, Chinese, bok choy; cabbage, seakale; collards; cress, garden; cress, upland; hanover salad; kale; maca, leaves; mizuna; mustard greens; radish, leaves; rape greens; rocket, wild; shepherd’s purse; turnip greens; watercress; cultivars, varieties, and hybrids of these commodities

Crop Group 4-16
Crop Definitions

A

B

Endive

Endive; escarole

Lettuce

Lettuce, head; lettuce, leaf

Lettuce, head

Lettuce, head; crisphead varieties only

Lettuce, leaf

Lettuce, leaf; cos (romaine), butterhead varieties

Turnip greens or turnip tops

Broccoli raab (raab, raab salad); hanover salad; turnip greens (turnip tops)

4. LEAFY VEGETABLES (EXCEPT BRASSICA VEGETABLES)

Celery, head lettuce, leaf lettuce, and spinach

Amaranth (Chinese spinach); arugula (roquette); cardoon; celery; celery, Chinese; celtuce; chervil; chrysanthemum, edible-leaved; chrysanthemum, garland; corn salad; cress, garden; cress, upland; dandelion; dock (sorrel); endive (escarole); fennel, Florence; lettuce, head and leaf; orach; parsley; purslane, garden; purslane, winter; radicchio (red chicory); rhubarb; spinach; spinach, New Zealand; spinach, vine; Swiss chard

4A.
Leafy greens subgroup

Head and leaf lettuce, and spinach

Amaranth (Chinese spinach); arugula (roquette); chervil; chrysanthemum, edible-leaved; chrysanthemum, garland; corn salad; cress, garden; cress, upland; dandelion; dock (sorrel); endive (escarole); lettuce; orach; parsley; purslane, garden; purslane, winter; radicchio (red chicory); spinach; spinach, New Zealand; spinach, vine

4B.
Leaf petioles subgroup

Celery

Cardoon; celery; celery, Chinese; celtuce; fennel, Florence; rhubarb; Swiss chard

5-16. BRASSICA HEAD AND STEM VEGETABLE GROUP

Broccoli or cauliflower and cabbage

Broccoli; Brussels sprouts; cabbage; cabbage, Chinese, napa; cauliflower; cultivars, varieties, and hybrids of these commodities

Crop Group 5-16
Crop Definitions

A

B

Broccoli (revised 5/3/2016)

Broccoli; Chinese broccoli (gia lon, white flowering broccoli)

Cabbage

Cabbage; Chinese cabbage (tight-heading varieties only)

5. BRASSICA (COLE) LEAFY VEGETABLES

Broccoli or cauliflower, cabbage, and mustard greens

Broccoli; broccoli, Chinese (gai lon); broccoli raab (rapini); Brussels sprouts; cabbage; cabbage, Chinese (bok choy); cabbage, Chinese (napa); cabbage, Chinese mustard (gai choy); cauliflower; cavalo broccolo; collards; kale; kohlrabi; mizuna; mustard greens; mustard spinach; rape greens

5A.
Head & Stem Brassica subgroup

Broccoli or cauliflower and cabbage

Broccoli; broccoli, Chinese (gai lon); Brussels sprouts; cabbage; cabbage, Chinese (napa); cabbage, Chinese mustard (gai choy); cauliflower; cavalo broccolo; kohlrabi

5B.
Leafy Brassica greens subgroup

Mustard greens

Broccoli raab (rapini); cabbage, Chinese (bok choy); collards; kale; mizuna; mustard greens; mustard spinach; rape greens

6. LEGUME VEGETABLES (SUCCULENT OR DRIED)

Bean (Phaseolus spp.) (succulent & dried), pea
(Pisum spp.) (succulent & dried) and soybean

Bean (Lupinus spp.) (includes grain lupin, sweet lupin, white lupin, and white sweet lupin); bean (Phaseolus spp.) (includes field bean, kidney bean, lima bean, navy bean, pinto bean, runner bean, snap bean, tepary bean, wax bean); bean (Vigna spp.) (includes adzuki bean, asparagus bean, blackeyed pea, catjang, Chinese longbean, cowpea, Crowder pea, moth bean, mung bean, rice bean, southern pea, urd bean, yardlong bean); broad bean (fava); chickpea (garbanzo); guar; jackbean; lablab bean (hyacinth bean); lentil; pea (Pisum spp.) (includes dwarf pea, edible-podded pea, English pea, field pea, garden pea, green pea, snowpea, sugar snap pea); pigeon pea; soybean; soybean (immature seed); sword bean

6A.
Edible-podded legume vegetables subgroup

Any one succulent cultivar of edible-podded bean (Phaseolus spp.) and any one succulent cultivar of edible-podded pea (Pisum spp.)

Bean (Phaseolus spp.) (includes runner bean, snap bean, wax bean); bean (Vigna spp.) (includes asparagus bean, Chinese longbean, moth bean, yardlong bean); jackbean; pea (Pisum spp.) (includes dwarf pea, edible-podded pea, snow pea, sugar snap pea); pigeon pea; soybean (immature seed); sword bean

6B.
Succulent pea and bean subgroup

Any succulent shelled cultivar of bean (Phaseolus spp.) and garden pea (Pisum spp.)

Bean (Phaseolus spp.) (includes lima bean (green)); broad bean (succulent); bean (Vigna spp.) (includes blackeyed pea, cowpea, southern pea); pea (Pisum spp.) (includes English pea, garden pea, green pea); pigeon pea

6C.
Dried shelled pea and bean (except soybean) subgroup

Any one dried cultivar of bean (Phaseolus spp.) and any one dried cultivar of pea (Pisum spp.)

Dried cultivars of bean (Lupinus spp.) (includes grain lupin, sweet lupin, white lupin, and white sweet lupin); (Phaseolus spp.) (includes field bean, kidney bean, lima bean (dry), navy bean, pinto bean, tepary bean); bean (Vigna spp.) (includes adzuki bean, blackeyed pea, catjang, cowpea, Crowder pea, moth bean, mung bean, rice bean, southern pea, urd bean); broad bean (dry); chickpea; guar; lablab bean (hyacinth bean); lentil; pea (Pisum spp.) (includes field pea); pigeon pea

Crop Group 6
Crop Definitions

A

B

Bean

Cicer arietinum (chickpea, garbanzo bean); Lupinus spp. (including sweet lupine, white sweet lupine, white lupine, and grain lupine); Phaseolus spp. (including kidney bean, lima bean, mung bean, navy bean, pinto bean, snap bean, and waxbean); Vicia faba (broad bean, fava bean); Vigna spp. (including asparagus bean, blackeyed pea and cowpea)

Bean, dry

All beans above in dry form only

Bean, succulent

All beans above in succulent form only

Pea

Cajanus cajan (includes pigeon pea); Cicer spp. (includes chickpea and garbanzo bean); Lens culinaris (lentil); Pisum spp. (includes dwarf pea, garden pea, green pea, English pea, field pea, and edible-pod pea). [Note: A variety of pesticide tolerances have been previously established for pea and/or bean. Chickpea/garbanzo bean is now classified in both the bean and the pea categories. For garbanzo bean/chickpea only, the highest established pea or bean tolerance will apply to pesticide residues found in this commodity.]

Pea, dry

All peas in dry form only

Pea, succulent

All peas in succulent form only

7. FOLIAGE OF LEGUME VEGETABLES

Any cultivar of bean (Phaseolus spp.), field pea (Pisum spp.) and soybean

Plant parts of any legume vegetable included in the legume vegetables group that will be used as animal feed

7A.
Foliage of legume vegetables (except soybeans) subgroup

Any cultivar of bean (Phaseolus spp.) and field pea (Pisum spp.)

Plant parts of any legume vegetable (except soybeans) included in the legume vegetables group that will be used as animal feed

8-10. FRUITING VEGETABLE GROUP

Tomato, standard size and one cultivar of small tomato; bell pepper and one cultivar of small non-bell pepper

African eggplant; bush tomato; bell pepper; cocona; currant tomato; eggplant; garden huckleberry; goji berry; groundcherry; martynia; naranjilla; okra; pea eggplant; pepino; non-bell pepper; roselle; scarlet eggplant; sunberry; tomatillo; tomato; tree tomato; cultivars, varieties, and/or hybrids of these

8-10A.
Tomato subgroup

Tomato (standard size and one cultivar of small tomato)

Bush tomato; cocona; currant tomato; garden huckleberry; goji berry; groundcherry; naranjilla; sunberry; tomatillo; tomato; tree tomato; cultivars, varieties, and/or hybrids of these

8-10B.
Pepper/Eggplant subgroup

Bell pepper and one cultivar of small non-bell pepper

African eggplant; bell pepper; eggplant; martynia; non-bell pepper; okra; pea eggplant; pepino; roselle; scarlet eggplant; cultivars, varieties, and/or hybrids of these

8-10C.
Non-bell pepper/Eggplant subgroup

One cultivar of small non-bell pepper or one cultivar of small eggplant

African eggplant; eggplant; martynia; non-bell pepper; okra; pea eggplant; pepino; roselle; scarlet eggplant ; cultivars, varieties, and/or hybrids of these

Crop Group 8-10
Crop Definitions

A

B

Pepper

All varieties of pepper including pimento and bell, hot, and sweet pepper

Tomato

Tomato; tomatillo

8. FRUITING VEGETABLES (EXCEPT CUCURBITS)

Tomato, bell pepper and one cultivar of non-bell pepper

Eggplant; groundcherry (Physalis spp); pepino; pepper (includes bell pepper, chili pepper, cooking pepper, pimento, sweet pepper); tomatillo; tomato

9. CUCURBIT VEGETABLES

Cucumber, muskmelon and summer squash

Chayote (fruit); Chinese waxgourd (Chinese preserving melon); citron melon; cucumber; gherkin; gourd, edible (includes hyotan, cucuzza, hechima, Chinese okra); Momordica spp (includes balsam apple, balsam pear, bittermelon, Chinese cucumber); muskmelon (includes cantaloupe); pumpkin; squash, summer; squash, winter (includes butternut squash, calabaza, hubbard squash, acorn squash, spaghetti squash); watermelon

9A.
Melon subgroup

Cantaloupe

Citron melon; muskmelon (includes cantaloupe); watermelon

9B.
Squash/Cucumber subgroup

One cultivar of summer squash and cucumber

Chayote (fruit); Chinese waxgourd (Chinese preserving melon); cucumber; gherkin; gourd, edible (includes hyotan, cucuzza, hechima, Chinese okra); Momordica spp (includes balsam apple, balsam pear, bittermelon, Chinese cucumber); pumpkin; squash, summer; squash, winter (includes butternut squash, calabaza, hubbard squash, acorn squash, spaghetti squash)

Crop Group 9
Crop Definitions

A

B

Melon

Muskmelon, including hybrids and/or varieties of Cucumis melo (includes true cantaloupe, cantaloupe, casaba, Santa Claus melon, crenshaw melon, honeydew melon, honey balls, Persian melon, golden pershaw melon, mango melon, pineapple melon, snake melon); and watermelon, including hybrids and/or varieties of (Citrullus spp.)

Muskmelon

Cucumis melo (includes true cantaloupe, cantaloupe, casaba, Santa Claus melon, crenshaw melon, honeydew melon, honey balls, Persian melon, golden pershaw melon, mango melon, pineapple melon, snake melon, and other varieties and/or hybrids of these.)

Squash

Pumpkin, summer squash and winter squash

Squash, summer

Fruits of the gourd (Cucurbitaceae) family that are consumed when immature, 100% of the fruit is edible either cooked or raw, once picked it cannot be stored, has a soft rind which is easily penetrated, and if seeds were harvested they would not germinate; e.g., Cucurbita pepo (i.e., crookneck squash, straightneck squash, scallop squash, and vegetable marrow); Lagenaria spp. (i.e., spaghetti squash, hyotan, cucuzza); Luffa spp. (i.e., hechima, Chinese okra); Momordica spp. (i.e., bitter melon, balsam pear, balsam apple, Chinese cucumber); Sechium edule (chayote); and other cultivars and/or hybrids of these

10-10. CITRUS FRUIT GROUP

Orange or tangerine/mandarin, lemon or lime and grapefruit

Australian desert lime; Australian finger-lime; Australian round lime; Brown River finger lime; calamondin; citron; citrus hybrids; grapefruit; Japanese summer grapefruit; kumquat; lemon; lime; Mediterranean mandarin; mount white lime; New Guinea wild lime; orange, sour; orange, sweet; pummelo; Russell River lime; satsuma mandarin; sweet lime; tachibana orange; Tahiti lime; tangelo; tangerine (mandarin); tangor; trifoliate orange; uniq fruit; cultivars, varieties, and/or hybrids of these

10-10A.
Orange subgroup

Orange or tangerine/mandarin

Calamondin; citron; citrus hybrids; Mediterranean mandarin; orange, sour; orange, sweet; satsuma mandarin; tachibana orange; tangerine (mandarin); tangelo; tangor; trifoliate orange; cultivars, varieties, and/or hybrids of these

10-10B.
Lemon/Lime subgroup

Lemon or lime

Australian desert lime; Australian finger-lime; Australian round lime; brown river finger lime; kumquat; lemon; lime; mount white lime; New Guinea wild lime; Russell River lime; sweet lime; Tahiti lime; cultivars, varieties, and/or hybrids of these

10-10C.
Grapefruit subgroup

Grapefruit

Grapefruit; Japanese summer grapefruit; pummelo; tangelo; uniq fruit; cultivars, varieties, and/or hybrids of these

Crop Group 10-10
Crop Definitions

A

B

Tangerine (revised 12/8/2010)

Tangerine (mandarin or mandarin orange), clementine, Mediterranean mandarin, satsuma mandarin, tangelo, tangor, cultivars, varieties and or hybrids of these

Fruit, citrus

Grapefruit, lemon, lime, orange, tangelo, tangerine, citrus citron, kumquat, and hybrids of these

Tangerine

Tangerine (mandarin or mandarin orange), tangelo, tangor, and other hybrids of tangerine with other citrus

10. CITRUS FRUITS

Sweet orange, lemon and grapefruit

Calamondin; citrus citron; citrus hybrids (includes chironja, tangelo, tangor); grapefruit; kumquat; lemon; lime; mandarin (tangerine); orange, sour; orange, sweet; pummelo; Satsuma mandarin

11-10. POME FRUIT GROUP

Apple and pear

Apple; azarole; crabapple; loquat; mayhaw; medlar; pear; pear, Asian; quince; quince, Chinese; quince, Japanese; tejocote; cultivars, varieties, and/or hybrids of these

11. POME FRUITS

Apple and pear

Apple; crabapple; loquat; mayhaw; pear; pear, oriental; quince

12-12. STONE FRUIT GROUP

Sweet cherry or Tart cherry, Peach and Plum or Prune plum

Apricot; apricot, Japanese; capulin; cherry, black; cherry, Nanking; cherry, sweet; cherry, tart; Jujube, Chinese; nectarine; peach; plum; plum, American; plum, beach; plum, Canada; plum, cherry; plum, Chickasaw; plum, Damson; plum, Japanese; plum, Klamath; plum, prune; plumcot; sloe; cultivars, varieties, and/or hybrids of these

12-12A.
Cherry subgroup

Cherry, sweet or Cherry, tart

Capulin; cherry, black; cherry, Nanking; cherry, sweet; cherry, tart; cultivars, varieties, and/or hybrids of these

12-12B.
Peach subgroup

Peach

Nectarine; peach; cultivars, varieties, and/or hybrids of these

12-12C.
Plum subgroup

Plum, or prune plum

Apricot; apricot, Japanese; Jujube, Chinese; plum; plum, American; plum, beach; plum, Canada; plum, cherry; plum, Chickasaw; plum, Damson; plum, Japanese; plum, Klamath; plum, prune; plumcot; sloe; cultivars, varieties, and/or hybrids of these

Crop Group 12-12
Crop Definitions

A

B

Cherry

Cherry, sweet and cherry, tart

Peach

Peach, nectarine

12. STONE FRUITS

Sweet or tart cherry, peach and plum or fresh prune

Apricot; cherry, sweet; cherry, tart; nectarine; peach; plum; plum, Chickasaw; plum, Damson; plum, Japanese; plumcot; prune (fresh)

13-07.
BERRY AND
SMALL FRUIT

Any one blackberry or any one raspberry, highbush blueberry, elderberry or mulberry, grape, fuzzy kiwifruit and strawberry

Amur river grape; aronia berry; bayberry; bearberry; bilberry; blackberry (including Andean blackberry, arctic blackberry, bingleberry, black satin berry, boysenberry, brombeere, California blackberry, Chesterberry, Cherokee blackberry, Cheyenne blackberry, common blackberry, coryberry, darrowberry, dewberry, Dirksen thornless berry, evergreen blackberry, Himalayaberry, hullberry, lavacaberry, loganberry, lowberry, Lucretiaberry, mammoth blackberry, marionberry, mora, mures deronce, nectarberry, Northern dewberry, olallieberry, Orgeon evergreen berry, phenomenalberry, rangeberry, ravenberry, rossberry, Shawnee blackberry, Southern dewberry, tayberry, youngberry, zarzamora, and cultivars, varieties and/or hybrids of these); blueberry, highbush; blueberry, lowbush; buffalo currant; buffaloberry; che; Chilean guava; chokecherry; cloudberry; cranberry; cranberry, highbush; currant, black; currant, red; elderberry; European barberry; gooseberry; grape; honeysuckle, edible; huckleberry; jostaberry; Juneberry (Saskatoon berry); kiwifruit, fuzzy; kiwifruit, hardy; lingonberry; maypop; mountain pepper berries; mulberry; muntries; native currant; partridgeberry; phalsa; pincherry; raspberry, black and red; riberry; salal; schisandra berry; sea buckthorn; serviceberry; strawberry; wild raspberry; cultivars, varieties, and/or hybrids of these

13-07A.
Caneberry subgroup

Any one blackberry or any one raspberry

Blackberry; loganberry; raspberry, black and red; wild raspberry; cultivars, varieties, and/or hybrids of these

13-07B.
Bushberry subgroup

Blueberry, highbush

Aronia berry; blueberry, highbush; blueberry, lowbush; buffalo currant; Chilean guava; cranberry, highbush; currant, black; currant, red; elderberry; European barberry; gooseberry; honeysuckle, edible; huckleberry; jostaberry; Juneberry (Saskatoon berry); lingonberry; native currant; salal; sea buckthorn; cultivars, varieties, and/or hybrids of these

13-07C.
Large shrub/tree berry subgroup

Elderberry or mulberry

Bayberry; buffaloberry; che; chokecherry; elderberry; Juneberry (Saskatoon berry); mountain pepper berries; mulberry; phalsa; pincherry; riberry; salal; serviceberry; cultivars, varieties, and/or hybrids of these

13-07D.
Small fruit vine climbing subgroup

Grape and fuzzy kiwifruit

Amur river grape; gooseberry; grape; kiwifruit, fuzzy; kiwifruit, hardy; maypop; schisandra berry; cultivars, varieties, and/or hybrids of these

13-07E.
Small fruit vine climbing subgroup, except grape

Fuzzy kiwifruit

Amur river grape; gooseberry; kiwifruit, fuzzy; kiwifruit, hardy; maypop; schisandra berry; cultivars, varieties, and/or hybrids of these

13-07F.
Small fruit vine climbing subgroup, except fuzzy kiwifruit

Grape

Amur river grape; gooseberry; grape; kiwifruit, hardy; maypop; schisandra berry; cultivars, varieties, and/or hybrids of these

13-07G.
Low growing berry subgroup

Strawberry

Bearberry; bilberry; blueberry, lowbush; cloudberry; cranberry; lingonberry; muntries; partridgeberry; strawberry; cultivars, varieties, and/or hybrids of these

13-07H.
Low growing berry subgroup, except strawberry

Cranberry

Bearberry; bilberry; blueberry, lowbush; cloudberry; cranberry; lingonberry; muntries; partridgeberry; cultivars, varieties, and/or hybrids of these

Crop Group 13-07 Crop Definitions

A

B

Blackberry

Rubus eubatus (including bingleberry, black satin berry, boysenberry, Cherokee blackberry, Chesterberry, Cheyenne blackberry, coryberry, darrowberry, dewberry, Dirksen thornless berry, Himalayaberry, hullberry, Lavacaberry, lowberry, Lucretiaberry, mammoth blackberry, marionberry, nectarberry, olallieberry, Oregon evergreen berry, phenomenalberry, rangerberry, ravenberry, rossberry, Shawnee blackberry, and varieties and/or hybrids of these)

Caneberry

Rubus spp. (including blackberry); Rubus caesius (youngberry); Rubus loganbaccus (loganberry); Rubus idaeus (red and black raspberry); cultivars, varieties, and/or hybrids of these

Raspberry

Rubus spp. (including bababerry; black raspberry; blackcap; caneberry; framboise; frambueso; himbeere; keriberry; mayberry; red raspberry; thimbleberry; tulameen; yellow raspberry; and cultivars, varieties, and/or hybrids of these)

13. BERRIES

Any one blackberry or any one raspberry and blueberry

Blackberry (including bingleberry, boysenberry, dewberry, lowberry, marionberry, olallieberry, youngberry); blueberry; currant; elderberry; gooseberry; huckleberry; loganberry; raspberry, black and red

13A.
Caneberry (blackberry and raspberry) subgroup

Any one blackberry or any one raspberry

Blackberry; loganberry; red and black raspberry; cultivars and/or hybrids of these

13B.
Bushberry subgroup

Blueberry, highbush

Blueberry, highbush and lowbush; currant; elderberry; gooseberry; huckleberry

14-12.
TREE NUT GROUP

Almond and pecan

African nut-tree; almond; beechnut; Brazil nut; Brazilian pine; bunya; bur oak; butternut; Cajou nut; candlenut; cashew; chestnut; chinquapin; coconut; coquito nut; dika nut; ginkgo; Guiana chestnut; hazelnut (filbert); heartnut; hickory nut; Japanese horse-chestnut; macadamia nut; mongongo nut; monkey-pot; monkey puzzle nut; Okari nut; Pachira nut; peach palm nut; pecan; pequi; Pili nut; pine nut; pistachio; Sapucaia nut; tropical almond; walnut, black; walnut, English; yellowhorn; cultivars, varieties, and/or hybrids of these

14.TREE NUTS

Almond and pecan

Almond; beechnut; Brazil nut; butternut; cashew; chestnut; chinquapin; filbert (hazelnut); hickory nut; macadamia nut; pecan; walnut, black and English

15. CEREAL GRAINS

Corn (fresh sweet corn and dried field corn), rice, sorghum, and wheat

Barley; buckwheat; corn; millet, pearl; millet, proso; oats; popcorn; rice; rye; sorghum (milo); teosinte; triticale; wheat; wild rice

Crop Group 15
Crop Definitions

A

B

Sorghum, grain, grain

Sorghum spp. (sorghum, grain, sudangrass (seed crop), and hybrids of these grown for its seed)

Wheat

Wheat, triticale

16. FORAGE, FODDER AND STRAW OF CEREAL GRAINS

Corn, wheat and any other cereal grain crop

Forage, fodder and straw of all commodities included in the cereal grains group

Crop Group 16
Crop Definition

A

B

Sorghum, forage, stover

Sorghum spp. (sorghum, forage; sorghum, stover; sudangrass and hybrids of these grown for forage and/or stover)

17. GRASS FORAGE, FODDER, AND HAY GROUP

Bermuda grass, bluegrass and bromegrass or fescue

Any grass, Gramineae family (either green or cured) except sugarcane and those included in the cereal grains group, that will be fed to or grazed by livestock, all pasture and range grasses and grasses grown for hay or silage

18. NONGRASS ANIMAL FEEDS (FORAGE, FODDER, STRAW AND HAY)

Alfalfa and clover (Trifolium spp.)

Alfalfa; bean, velvet; clover (Trifolium spp., Melilotus spp.); kudzu; lespedeza; lupin; sainfoin; trefoil; vetch; vetch, crown; vetch, milk

Crop Group 18
Crop Definition

A

B

Alfalfa

Medicago sativa L. sativa, (alfalfa, lucerne); Onobrychio viciifolia Scop. (sainfoin, holy clover, esparcet); and Lotus corniculatus L. (trefoil); and varieties and/or hybrids of these

19. HERBS AND SPICES

Basil (fresh & dried), black pepper, chive and celery seed or dill seed

Allspice; angelica; anise (seed); anise, star; annatto (seed); balm (lemon balm); basil; borage; burnet; camomile; caper buds; caraway; caraway, black; cardamom; cassia bark; cassia buds; catnip; celery seed; chervil (dried); chive; chive, Chinese; cinnamon; clary; clove buds; coriander leaf (cilantro or Chinese parsley); coriander seed (cilantro); costmary; culantro (leaf); culantro (seed); cumin; curry (leaf); dill (dillweed); dill (seed); fennel (common); fennel, Florence (seed); fenugreek; grains of paradise; horehound; hyssop; juniper berry; lavender; lemongrass; lovage (leaf); lovage (seed); mace; marigold; marjoram (includes sweet or annual marjoram, wild marjoram or oregano, and pot marjoram); mustard (seed); nasturtium; nutmeg; parsley (dried); pennyroyal; pepper, black; pepper, white; poppy (seed); rosemary; rue; saffron; sage; savory, summer and winter; sweet bay; tansy; tarragon; thyme; vanilla; wintergreen; woodruff; wormwood

19A.
Herb subgroup

Basil (fresh & dried) and chive

Angelica; balm (lemon balm); basil; borage; burnet; camomile; catnip; chervil (dried); chive; chive, Chinese; clary; coriander leaf (cilantro or Chinese parsley); costmary; culantro (leaf); curry (leaf); dillweed; horehound; hyssop; lavender; lemongrass; lovage (leaf); marigold; marjoram (includes sweet or annual marjoram, wild marjoram or oregano, and pot marjoram); nasturtium; parsley (dried); pennyroyal; rosemary; rue; sage; savory, summer and winter; sweet bay; tansy; tarragon; thyme; wintergreen; woodruff; and wormwood

19B.
Spice subgroup

Black pepper and celery seed or dill seed

Allspice; anise (seed); anise, star; annatto (seed); caper buds; caraway; caraway, black; cardamom; cassia bark; cassia buds; celery seed; cinnamon; clove (buds); coriander seed (cilantro); culantro (seed); cumin; dill (seed); fennel, common; fennel, Florence (seed); fenugreek; grains of paradise; juniper (berry); lovage (seed); mace; mustard (seed); nutmeg; pepper, black; pepper, white; poppy (seed); saffron; and vanilla

Crop Group 19
Crop Definition

A

B

Marjoram

Origanum spp. (includes sweet or annual marjoram, wild marjoram or oregano and pot marjoram)

20. OILSEED GROUP

Rapeseed (canola varieties only); sunflower, seed; and cottonseed

Borage; calendula; castor oil plant; Chinese tallowtree; cottonseed; crambe; cuphea; echium; euphorbia; evening primrose; flax seed; gold of pleasure; hare's ear mustard; jojoba; lesquerella; lunaria; meadowfoam; milkweed; mustard seed; niger seed; oil radish; poppy seed; rapeseed; rose hip; safflower; sesame; stokes aster; sunflower; sweet rocket; tallowwood; tea oil plant; vernonia; cultivars, varieties, and/or hybrids of these

20A.
Rapeseed subgroup

Rapeseed, canola varieties only

Borage; crambe; cuphea; echium; flax seed; gold of pleasure; hare's ear mustard; lesquerella; lunaria; meadowfoam; milkweed; mustard seed; oil radish; poppy seed; rapeseed; sesame; sweet rocket; cultivars, varieties, and/or hybrids of these

20B.
Sunflower subgroup

Sunflower, seed

Calendula; castor oil plant; Chinese tallowtree; euphorbia; evening primrose; jojoba; niger seed; rose hip; safflower; stokes aster; sunflower; tallowwood; tea oil plant; vernonia; cultivars, varieties, and/or hybrids of these

20C.
Cottonseed subgroup

Cottonseed

Cottonseed; cultivars, varieties, and/or hybrids of these

Crop Group 20
Crop Definition

A

B

Rapeseed

Brassica napus, B. campestris, and Crambe abyssinica (oilseed-producing varieties only which include canola and crambe)

21. EDIBLE FUNGI

White button mushroom and any one oyster mushroom or any Shiitake mushroom

Blewitt; bunashimeji; Chinese mushroom; enoki; hime-matsutake; hirmeola; maitake; morel; nameko; net bearing Dictyophora; oyster mushroom; pom pom; reishi mushroom; Rodman's agaricus; Shiitake mushroom; shimeji; stropharia; truffle; white button mushroom; white jelly fungi

22. STALK, STEM AND LEAF PETIOLE VEGETABLE GROUP

Asparagus and celery

Agave; aloe vera; asparagus; bamboo, shoots; cardoon; celery; celery, Chinese; celtuce; fennel, Florence, fresh leaves and stalk; fern, edible, fiddlehead; fuki; kale, sea; kohlrabi; palm hearts; prickly pear, pads; prickly pear, Texas, pads; rhubarb; udo; zuiki; cultivars, varieties, and hybrids of these commodities

22A.
Stalk and stem vegetable subgroup

Asparagus

Agave; aloe vera; asparagus; bamboo, shoots; celtuce; fennel, Florence, fresh leaves and stalk; fern, edible, fiddlehead; kale, sea; kohlrabi; palm hearts; prickly pear, pads; prickly pear, Texas, pads; cultivars, varieties, and hybrids of these commodities

22B.
Leaf petiole vegetable subgroup

Celery

Cardoon; celery; celery, Chinese; fuki; rhubarb; udo; zuiki; cultivars, varieties, and hybrids of these commodities

Crop Group 22
Crop Definitions

A

B

 

Fern, edible (new 5/3/2016)

Fern, edible, fiddlehead including: Black lady fern; Bracken fern; Broad buckler fern; Cinnamon fern; Lady fern; Leather fern; Mother fern; Ostrich fern; Vegetable fern; Zenmai fern

 

Palm hearts (new 5/3/2016)

Palm hearts, various species including: African fan palm; Cabbage palm; Cabbage palmetto; Coconut; Palmyra palm; Peach palm; Royal palm; Salak palm; Saw palmetto; Wine palm

Celery

Celery, Florence fennel (sweet anise, sweet fennel, finochio) (fresh leaves and stalks only)

23. TROPICAL AND SUBTROPICAL FRUIT, EDIBLE PEEL GROUP

Date, fig, guava and olive

Acai; acerola; achachairu; African plum; agritos; almondette; ambarella; apak palm; appleberry; araza; arbutus berry; babaco; bacaba palm; bacaba-de-leque; bayberry, red; bignay; bilimbi; borojo; breadnut; cabeluda; cajou, fruit; cambuca; carandas-plum; carob; cashew apple; Ceylon iron wood; Ceylon olive; cherry-of-the-Rio-Grande; Chinese olive, black; Chinese olive, white; chirauli-nut; ciruela verde; cocoplum; date; Davidson’s plum; desert-date; doum palm coconut; false sandalwood; feijoa; fig; fragrant manjack; gooseberry, Abyssinian; gooseberry, Ceylon; gooseberry, Indian; gooseberry, otaheite; governor’s plum; grumichama; guabiroba; guava; guava berry; guava, Brazilian; guava, cattley; guava, Costa Rican; guava, para; guava, purple strawberry; guava, strawberry; guava, yellow strawberry; guayabillo; illawarra plum; imbe; imbu; Indian-plum; jaboticaba; Jamaica-cherry; jambolan; jelly palm; jujube, Indian; kaffir-plum; kakadu plum; kapundung; karanda; kwai muk; lemon aspen; mangaba; Marian plum; mombin, Malayan; mombin, purple; mombin, yellow; monkeyfruit; monos plum; mountain cherry; nance; natal plum; noni; olive; papaya, mountain; pataua; peach palm, fruit; persimmon, black; persimmon, Japanese; pitomba; plum-of-Martinique; pomerac; rambai; rose apple; rukam; rumberry; sea grape; sentul; sete-capotes; silver aspen; starfruit; Surinam cherry; tamarind; uvalha; water apple; water pear; water berry; wax jambu; cultivars, varieties, and hybrids of these commodities

23A.
Tropical and Subtropical, Small fruit, edible peel subgroup

Olive

Acerola; African plum; agritos; almondette; appleberry; arbutus berry; bayberry, red; bignay; breadnut; cabeluda; carandas-plum; Ceylon iron wood; Ceylon olive; cherry-of-the-Rio-Grande; Chinese olive, black; Chinese olive, white; chirauli-nut; cocoplum; desert-date; false sandalwood; fragrant manjack; gooseberry, Abyssinian; gooseberry, Ceylon; gooseberry, otaheite; governor’s plum; grumichama; guabiroba; guava berry; guava, Brazilian; guava, Costa Rican; guayabillo; illawarra plum; Indian-plum; Jamaica-cherry; jambolan; kaffir-plum; kakadu plum; kapundung; karanda; lemon aspen; mombin, yellow; monos plum; mountain cherry; olive; persimmon, black; pitomba; plum-of-Martinique; rukam; rumberry; sea grape; sete-capotes; silver aspen; water apple; water pear; water berry; wax jambu; cultivars, varieties, and hybrids of these commodities

23B.
Tropical and Subtropical, Medium to large fruit, edible peel subgroup

Fig and guava

Achachairu; ambarella; araza; babaco; bilimbi; borojo; cajou, fruit; cambuca; carob; cashew apple; ciruela verde; Davidson’s plum; feijoa; fig; gooseberry, Indian; guava; guava, cattley; guava, para; guava, purple strawberry; guava, strawberry; guava, yellow strawberry; imbe; imbu; jaboticaba; jujube, Indian; kwai muk; mangaba; Marian plum; mombin, Malayan; mombin, purple; monkeyfruit; nance; natal plum; noni; papaya, mountain; persimmon, Japanese; pomerac; rambai; rose apple; sentul; starfruit; Surinam cherry; tamarind; uvalha; cultivars, varieties, and hybrids of these commodities

23C.
Tropical and Subtropical, Palm fruit, edible peel subgroup

Date

Acai; apak palm; bacaba palm; bacaba-de-leque; date; doum palm coconut; jelly palm; pataua; peach palm, fruit; cultivars, varieties, and hybrids of these commodities

Crop Group 23
Crop Definition

A

B

 

Guava (new 5/3/2016)

Guava; guava, cattley; guava, para; guava, purple strawberry; guava, strawberry; guava, yellow strawberry

24. TROPICAL AND SUBTROPICAL FRUIT, INEDIBLE PEEL GROUP

Atemoya or sugar apple, avocado, banana or pomegranate, dragon fruit, lychee, passionfruit, pineapple and prickly pear, fruit

Abiu; aisen; akee apple; atemoya; avocado; avocado, Guatemalan; avocado, Mexican; avocado, West Indian; bacury; bael fruit; banana; banana, dwarf; binjai; biriba; breadfruit; Burmese grape; canistel; cat’s-eyes; champedak; cherimoya; cupuacu; custard apple; dragon fruit; durian; elephant-apple; etambe; granadilla; granadilla, giant; ilama; inga; jackfruit; jatoba; karuka; kei apple; langsat; lanjut; longan; lucuma; lychee; mabolo; madras-thorn; mammy-apple; manduro; mango; mango, horse; mango, Saipan; mangosteen; marang; marmaladebox; matisia; mesquite; mongongo, fruit; monkey-bread-tree; monstera; nicobar-breadfruit; paho; pandanus; papaya; passionflower, winged-stem; passionfruit; passionfruit, banana; passionfruit, purple; passionfruit, yellow; pawpaw, common; pawpaw, small-flower; pelipisan; pequi; pequia; persimmon, American; pineapple; pitahaya; pitaya; pitaya, amarillo; pitaya, roja; pitaya, yellow; plantain; pomegranate; poshte; prickly pear, fruit; prickly pear, Texas, fruit; pulasan; quandong; rambutan; saguaro; sapodilla; sapote, black; sapote, green; sapote, mamey; sapote, white; sataw; satinleaf; screw-pine; Sierra Leone-tamarind; soncoya; soursop; Spanish lime; star apple; sugar apple; sun sapote; tamarind-of-the-Indies; velvet tamarind; wampi; white star apple; wild loquat; cultivars, varieties, and hybrids of these commodities

24A.
Tropical and Subtropical, Small fruit, inedible peel subgroup

Lychee

Aisen; bael fruit; Burmese grape; cat’s-eyes; inga; longan; lychee; madras-thorn; manduro; matisia; mesquite; mongongo, fruit; pawpaw, small-flower; satinleaf; Sierra Leone-tamarind; Spanish lime; velvet tamarind; wampi; white star apple; cultivars, varieties, and hybrids of these commodities

24B.
Tropical and Subtropical, Medium to large fruit, smooth, inedible peel subgroup

Avocado, plus pomegranate or banana

Abiu; akee apple; avocado; avocado, Guatemalan; avocado, Mexican; avocado, West Indian; bacury; banana; banana, dwarf; binjai; canistel; cupuacu; etambe; jatoba; kei apple; langsat; lanjut; lucuma; mabolo; mango; mango, horse; mango, Saipan; mangosteen; paho; papaya; pawpaw, common; pelipisan; pequi; pequia; persimmon, American; plantain; pomegranate; poshte; quandong; sapote, black; sapote, green; sapote, white; sataw; screw-pine; star apple; tamarind-of-the-Indies; wild loquat; cultivars, varieties, and hybrids of these commodities

24C.
Tropical and Subtropical, Medium to large fruit, rough or hairy, inedible peel subgroup

Pineapple, plus atemoya or sugar apple

Atemoya; biriba; breadfruit; champedak; cherimoya; custard apple; durian; elephant-apple; ilama; jackfruit; karuka; mammy-apple; marang; marmaladebox; monkey-bread tree; nicobar-breadfruit; pandanus; pineapple; pulasan; rambutan; sapodilla; sapote, mamey; soncoya; soursop; sugar apple; sun sapote; cultivars, varieties, and hybrids of these commodities

24D.
Tropical and Subtropical, Cactus, inedible peel subgroup

Dragon fruit and prickly pear fruit

Dragon fruit; pitahaya; pitaya; pitaya, amarillo; pitaya, roja; pitaya, yellow; prickly pear, fruit; prickly pear, Texas, fruit; saguaro; cultivars, varieties, and hybrids of these commodities

24E.
Tropical and Subtropical, Vine, inedible peel subgroup

Passionfruit

Granadilla; granadilla, giant; monstera; passionflower, winged-stem; passionfruit; passionfruit, banana; passionfruit, purple; passionfruit, yellow; cultivars, varieties, and hybrids of these commodities

Crop Group 24
Crop Definition

A

B

 

Sugar apple (revised 5/3/2016)

Annona squamosa L. and its hybrid atemoya; also includes true custard apple