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Name the Top 15 Christmas Tree-Producing States

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Christmas tree data have been collected every 5 years as part of the federal agriculture census since 1997. According to the most recent USDA Census of Agriculture (2007), what are the top 15 Christmas tree-producing states by total trees harvested? You've got 3 minutes to name them all.

(State names and postal abbreviations count.)

5 Questions: Stripes

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Brain Game: Dropping the County Line

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5 Questions: Get in the Swing

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5 Questions: A Taste of "Honey"

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5 Questions: Dolly, Jane and Lily

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5 Questions: LL's Bells

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5 Questions: "Not" No's.

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The firefly is not actually a fly, but a beetle.

The firefly is not actually a fly, but a beetle.

5 Questions: Let George Do It

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A group of rhinos is called a "crash."

A group of rhinos is called a "crash."

5 Questions: The Froggy Quiz

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Before antibiotics, patients with syphilis were sometimes purposefully infected with malaria. This was because the bacteria that causes syphilis doesn't fare well at higher temperatures (a blistering fever is a side effect of malaria).

Before antibiotics, patients with syphilis were sometimes purposefully infected with malaria. This was because the bacteria that causes syphilis doesn't fare well at higher temperatures (a blistering fever is a side effect of malaria).

5 Questions: Kanye Top This?

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