"Lima beans (Phaseolus lunatus L.) are an important crop in Delaware and the mid-Atlantic region of the United States. Grown primarily for processing, lima beans are planted on more acres in Delaware than any other vegetable crop. Other major production areas for succulent, green lima beans grown for canning or freezing are California, the Pacific Northwest, and certain areas in the Midwestern states of Wisconsin, Illinois, and Minnesota. Delaware plants more acreage annually (10-12,000 acres) than any of these areas. The total annual acreage of lima beans planted for commercial processing purposes in the United States is approximately 40,000 acres."
Okay. Now you know that Delaware supplies more lima beans than any other region in America. We produce fully 1/4 of all the lima beans in the country.
Now...I've lived all over this state. Slower, North- my entire life. Question?
Where the hell are all the lima bean farms? I have NEVER seen one? Where do we have 10,000 acres of lima beans growing? I'm serious here. Where the hell are they at?