Sustainable ‘Ulu Production Practices with Dr. Noa Kekuewa Lincoln, Professor of Indigenous Crops and Cropping Systems at UH CTAHR

Sustainable ‘Ulu Production Practices with Dr. Noa Kekuewa Lincoln, Professor of Indigenous Crops and Cropping Systems at UH CTAHR

Dates: TBD, Fall 2018

Dr. Lincoln will share preliminary results from a statewide breadfruit management survey with over 50 growers around the Hawaiian Islands. Findings highlight how specific management practices affect tree and soil health and fruit yield and quality. Dr. Lincoln will also discuss traditional Hawaiian production practices, focusing on agroforestry systems such as the Kalu‘ulu belt in South Kona, and share natural fertilization methods that can be applied today.


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