Where Do Avocados Grow?

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Avocado grows in soils that are preferably decomposed granite or sandy loam well drained, either acidic or alkaline and in partial sunlight. Mexico is the world's largest producer of Avocados in the world.
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Avocado trees require a lot of sun and moist soil. Plant the seed with the pointed side up about 2 inches below the top of the soil and watch how quickly it grows!
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Avacados grow on trees like apples.
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