Seed industry is key component of Hawaii agriculture

By Alicia Maluafiti Since the demise of pineapple and sugarcane, the seed industry has helped diversify Hawaii’s economy and kept important ag lands in agricultural production by investing millions of dollars into failing infrastructure such as roads, buildings and irrigation. Not only does this ensure that those farmlands remain productive for future generations, but...

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Master Gardeners Visit Waimanalo

HONOLULU — What’s new in mulch? Trouble with your root balls? Master gardeners from around Hawaii made a field trip to Waimanalo Sunday to learn about the latest techniques and innovations in Hawaii agriculture. The Waimanalo Agricultural Station is like the promised land for master gardeners. It’s where the University of Hawaii College of...

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