Maui Tomorrow commissioned a report in 2016 on how the vast acreage no longer being used for sugar cane could form the basis for a thriving future agriculture. The detailed report takes into account soil conditions, altitude, wind, and many other factors to identify appropriate crops for different parts of these former HC&S lands. You can view the report here.
One Reply to “Maui Tomorrow – Agricultural options for former sugar cane land”
i seek a share crop farmer to care for my orchard, harvest fruit to share and sell, and re-open my old veggie plots, to farm to share and sell. rent to farm the land is free. just pay water. no place to live on land. perfect climate . 10 minutes from grandma’s coffee shop..