Meaning of fruit farm in English:

fruit farm


  • A farm where fruit is cultivated.

    ‘he grew up on a fruit farm’
    • ‘In Maryland, they'll help with the harvest at a fruit farm.’
    • ‘Thomas established the first commercial nursery of Western New York on his already attractive fruit farm in Cayuga County.’
    • ‘Today over 104,000 workers are employed permanently on around 3,000 fruit farms in South Africa.’
    • ‘Some friends of mine used to own a fruit farm in rural WA.’
    • ‘The annual income of this fruit farm is immense.’
    • ‘Half the fruit farms have unregistered old pickups, or cars that have been converted to flatbed trucks.’
    • ‘She first discovered painting as a teenager when she was evacuated to her grandparents' fruit farm in Kent.’
    • ‘Many of the agribusinesses, particularly the vegetable and fruit farms, depend on undocumented immigrant workers.’
    • ‘We were undertaking our annual pilgrimage to the Catania fruit farm to buy some jams and mustards.’
    • ‘Enormous tea plantations, sub-tropical fruit farms and forests dominate the region.’