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Mushrooms grow amid green cycle

By Joan Namkoong

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Apr 18, 2012

~~<p>Mushrooms are the recycler of nature, says Fung Yang, and he's proving it as the owner of Small Kine Farm in Wai&shy;ma&shy;nalo.</p>
<p>Small Kine Farm produces mushrooms &mdash; Tutu Portabella and Keiki Portabella &mdash; starting with recycled garden waste that eventually becomes fertilizer for other plants, all done in recycled shipping containers.</p>
~~

Mushrooms are the recycler of nature, says Fung Yang, and he's proving it as the owner of Small Kine Farm in Wai­ma­nalo.

Small Kine Farm produces mushrooms — Tutu Portabella and Keiki Portabella — starting with recycled garden waste that eventually becomes fertilizer for other plants, all done in recycled shipping containers. Login for more...



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