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La historia del cultivo del aguacate en Florida data de muchas décadas. Es uno de los cultivos de árboles más importante de los condados de Miami-Dade y Collier. Generalmente los propietarios tienen uno o dos árboles, dependiendo del tamaño de su terreno residencial. Aunque los árboles de aguacate no requieren mucho mantenimiento, existen ciertas prácticas agrícolas a seguir para lograr la mejor cosecha. 





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