Clarification on the OP. Maybe. The wording isn't all that clear. Add wine, ethanol and steel pipes, and apparently the 120 products is all the different categories of products broken down individually. Some are consequential, some not. $56,000 worth of peaches is probably one container; $121 million worth of cherries is quite a few.
Percentage of our crop involved is 3% for nuts, 6% for fruit, 5% for wine and 9% for puerco. All of those are considerable when you draw out the cost to retail and when you consider that any negative growth in an industry hurts. China's tariffs go into effect today (not sure if that includes goods in transit), ours go into effect in either 30 or 60 days depending on who you ask, what day it is, what the weather's like and what Faux-N-Friends has to say.
Next on Don's list are tech and intellectual properties.http://money.cnn.com/2018/03/23/news/ec ... wine-pork/
Don't look at me, I just work here.