The first wave is starting to roll in on Puget Sound and in Seattle, where thousands of agapes are being shipped to the state.

Agape pickups, a technology that was first developed in South Korea and uses magnets to attract and trap the grapes, is now coming to the West Coast, and there are plans to expand to other states.

Agapes are an environmentally friendly and high-yield crop for the Pacific Northwest, which is one of the fastest growing regions of the United States.

They are also a source of income for farmers and are a staple crop in many states.

With a lot of interest in agapes, it has been difficult to get the word out about the new arrivals, said Scott Sowles, a regional agroponic manager for the California Department of Food and Agriculture.

Agroponics, also known as hydroponics or “aeroponics,” is a growing field of research in which growing plants with a hydroponic system can improve their quality and productivity.

Sowles said that a number of state agroponically licensed growers are making their first shipments.

The first shipment of about a dozen containers is expected to arrive in Oregon by mid-May, he said.

Agapers are a growing crop in the Pacific northwest, and they are growing faster than crops grown in other regions, such as California, and some experts are calling for agapers to be grown in the state by 2020, when the U.S. is expected grow more than 2.8 billion acres of corn and soybeans.

Sawers said the state is on track to meet that target.

Agapers can produce a lot more crop per acre than conventional agriculture can, so it’s really important for us to get that first shipment in as soon as possible,” he said, adding that there are currently about 3,000 farmers on the farm.

He said the farmers have been getting a lot better at handling the agapes in the last couple of months and are able to harvest about 50,000 tons of the crops per year.

Swaners said that Oregon has been able to grow the crop with more than $300 million in state aid.

Oregon farmers are on track for about $30 million in aid, he added.

Agaper farmers in California have also been getting better at growing the crop, with a $300,000 seedbank opening in California in March.

The California State University, Davis, Agroponics and Horticulture Institute is providing seed to about 20 farmers.

Agapals are already growing in the West, and it’s expected that agapals will be the first crop grown in California, Sawers said.

Agapals can be grown indoors or in outdoor conditions, so they can be planted on roofs, he noted.

The farmers who are working to grow agape crops in Oregon are hoping that Oregon growers can be a part of the agape movement and help drive agape agriculture to the states borders.