If fruits are measurable, weighable and storable and reach the Nisab
The basic ruling is
that if crops are measurable, weighable and storable and reach the Nisab (the minimum amount on which Zakah is due), which is five Wasqs (1 Wasq = 60 Sa`s = 180 kg. Approx.), one tenth of the produce must be paid as Zakah if the crops are watered naturally (by rain, springs or the like), and one twentieth if they are watered artificially (by waterwheels, pumps or the like).If
they were not measurable or storable such as fruits and the like, and are dealt in through buying and selling, their Zakah would be the same as that of commercial commodities. If their value reaches the Nisab by itself or when added to other items on which Zakah is also due and a Hawl (one lunar year calculated from the time a property reaches the minimum amount upon which Zakah is due) passes, in this case, one has to pay 2.5%.May Allah grant us success. May peace and blessings be upon our Prophet Muhammad, his family, and Companions.