Asked by: Yuwei Pecinoasked in category: General Last Updated: 13th June, 2020
What climate zone is Indianapolis in?
Considering this, what climate region is Indiana in?
humid subtropical climate region
Subsequently, question is, what grows in Indiana? Corn and soybeans are Indiana's most valuable farm products and Indiana is a leading producer among the states. Other important crops are wheat and hay. Tomatoes are Indiana's leading "vegetable" crop. (We know that tomatoes are a fruit, but they're categorized as a vegetable in this case.)
Secondly, what zone is Evansville Indiana in?
What planting zone is Terre Haute Indiana?
Terre Haute, Indiana is in USDA Hardiness Zones 6a.