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Besides date palm, the most important fruit tree in the country, Oman hosts a variety of fruit crops. This is due to the diverse topography of Oman that range from the northern plains with variable RH and temperature; mountains reach over 3000 m high that reach subzero during the winter; to the summer monsoon of Salalah. Different crops are grown in different parts of Oman. Al-Jabal Al-Akhdar is dominated by temperature crops such as apple, pear, apricots, pomegranate and nuts. The southern part of the country is mostly grown with coconut palms, banana, papayas, and other tropical fruit trees. The rest of northern Oman is dominated by date palms, and other subtropical trees such as mangoes and citrus. For more details, here is a list of some of the crops grown in some parts of the country:

The list of these trees will grow as more fruit trees added.



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