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Big Island important to Hawaii’s self sustenance


POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Sep 18, 2011

~~<p>HILO, Hawaii &gt;&gt; &ldquo;When Big Island growers can supply a steady volume of produce properly packaged to the buyers, then alone will the islands begin to be self sustaining,&rdquo; declared H.H. Warner, director of the University of Hawaii agriculture extension service, at the quarterly meeting of the chamber of commerce held last night at the Hilo Yacht club.</p>
<p>The symposium conducted by the chamber of commerce was for the express purpose of furthering the diversified crop growing on the Big Island.</p>
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HILO, Hawaii >> “When Big Island growers can supply a steady volume of produce properly packaged to the buyers, then alone will the islands begin to be self sustaining,” declared H.H. Warner, director of the University of Hawaii agriculture extension service, at the quarterly meeting of the chamber of commerce held last night at the Hilo Yacht club.

The symposium conducted by the chamber of commerce was for the express purpose of furthering the diversified crop growing on the Big Island. Login for more...



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