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John from http://www.growingyourgreens.com/ visits Aquaponics No Ka 'Oi an urban aquaponics farm on 1/10th of an acre that produces 3000 heads of organic lettuce a month to sell to Whole Foods Market. In this episode, you will learn how productive Aquaponics can be in a standard suburban tract home backyard! You will discover the basics of how an aquaponics system works as well as how this family farmer built a DIY aquaponics system to create a small fortune growing vegetables as well as fish. You will also learn some of the tips and tricks this certified organic aquaponic grower has been using over the last several years since he put together his DIY aquaponics system to improve his harvests, reduce his labor and minimize his inputs to grow some of the best butter lettuce on Maui in...
An introduction and overview to the Maui County Community Organic Farmland Initiative in 6 minutes, a plan to convert the sugarcane plantation from private to pubic ownership by paying fair market value for the land using eminent domain, and dedication these new community lands to organic and regenerative agriculture to feed the people of Maui and Hawaii.
http://www.growingexposed.com/ You won’t see any high tech innovations at Clandestine Gardens, and that’s exactly how the owner, Ian Kaplan, likes it. Ian is a down-to-earth guy who prefers things to be done the old-fashioned way. His set up is labour-intensive and his team is hard-working, but that doesn’t mean they don’t have fun. Ian, along with his wife, brother, and crew don’t mind getting a little dirt under their fingernails to grow some of the highest quality cannabis around. Clandestine Gardens used to be an old mushroom farm before Ian took it over. It features twelve rooms in total, two specifically for vegging and ten for flowering. This set up was chosen so that Clandestine can harvest one room a week on a ten week flower cycle, taking down a room every Monday and transplant...
7 of 7 of the series showing Jennifer Thompson of healthybliss.net on the tour of her friend's organic farm near Hana on the island of Maui, Hawaii. Last in the series shows the central valley or main area of the farm.
On the Big Island of Hawaii people now grow tropical fruit from all over the world and you can taste a lot of them while learning about them on a tropical fruit tasting tour. See my full review of Kohala Farm Grown Tours at http://goo.gl/v1WKCr See Kohala Farm Grown's Website: http://www.kohalagrownfarmtours.com/ Follow me on: Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/yearofthedurian Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/durianwriter Check out my Free eBooks: Fruits of Thailand: http://goo.gl/A92H7Q Traveler's Guide to Durian Season: http://goo.gl/I0VsLp
Pick the entire spinach leaf from the lowest part of the plant near the soil, piece by piece.
Organic taro farming techniques and concepts. Featuring the knowledge of longtime taro farmers Charlie Reppun and Paul Reppun of Waiahole on the Northshore of Oahu. Presented by: E Kupaku Ka 'Aina thanks to generous funding from the Ceres Trust. Producer/Director - Matt Yamashita (https://www.facebook.com/Quazifilms/?ref=hl) Editor - Kelly Pauole (https://www.facebook.com/maui808films/?fref=ts) Aerials/Grip - Mickey Pauole (https://www.facebook.com/michael.michael.75098?fref=ts) Camera - Kelly Pauole, Matt Yamashita
Growing the freshest, tastiest organics is almost as fun as eating them. At the Wegmans Organic Farm our mission is to extend the growing season by developing innovative ways to produce organic fruits and veggies. Check out the latest techniques at the Wegmans Organic Farm. http://bit.ly/1LVbKNV
Welcome back! This week was full of coffee picking, gardening and fun. This week's video turned out to be super long... so here's part 1 of 2! Look out for a part 2 coming very soon :) Thank you so much for watching! Happy thanksgiving, everyone :) MUSIC: Orca Vibes - Gypsy https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b5hHDUSvLIk https://soundcloud.com/orcavibes 90's flav - call me https://soundcloud.com/90sflav ROOK1E - what love is i think. https://soundcloud.com/byrook1e/what-love-is-i-think What are you thankful for?
Nelson gives his share on organic farming and tells you all a bit about organic farming Subscribe for more daily videos! Subscribe to Reecejones87 DeleahMarie All good organic farmers
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Developed in close partnership with our growers, the Soil Association Organic Apprenticeship Scheme is a two year work-based placement with an organic farmer or grower. Farm based work is combined with a series of structured seminars to build upon the practical knowledge gained out in the field. The Organic Apprenticeship Scheme produces well-rounded and experienced individuals with specialist skills and a broad knowledge of organic agriculture and food businesses. So far our apprentices have been primarily on horticultural placements. However this year we have started to offer placements in agriculture and on mixed farms. Find out more on the Soil Association website: http://www.soilassociation.org/Takeaction/Learning/Apprenticeshipscheme/tabid/240/Default.aspx
A few highlights from the Maui farm tour at the organic Greenleaf Farm. Does not include video of the aquaponics system, which is in a different video clip. Filmed at Greenleaf Farm in Kula, Maui, by www.mauijungalow.com. The Greenleafs are also members of www.mauifarmersunionunited.weebly.com.
Raw footage of Dylan Strong and Jaren Ramsey's organic farm on Kauai, Hawaii. This is raw footage of the promotional video for the project "Master Gardeners of Paradise" a proposed documentary feature about of the incredibly productive and sustainable organic farms of Kauai and the master gardeners who created them by Darrel Jarmusch director producer.
Premiere Airdate: April 30, 2015 Students from Kamehameha Schools Maui Middle tell the story of a husband and wife who left their careers as mechanical engineers to farm the very colorful, exotic dragon fruit on Maui.
Maui Onions have long been considered among the best and most flavorful onions in the world. The Maui Onion only grows in the deep red, volcanic earth on the upper slopes of Haleakala, Maui's world-famous dormant volcano. Maui onions are a variety of sweet onion which are widely cultivated on the Hawaiian island of Maui, although they can be grown in other regions as well. Like other sweet onions, Maui onions lack the sulfur which causes the strong odor and sharp taste associated with onions. The State of Hawaii has invested a great of money in marketing their famous onion variety, putting it on par with Vidalia onions from Georgia, another sweet onion variety. Many markets carry Maui onions in season, along with other sweet varieties, and if you live in a temperate zone, you may be able...