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Consider ulu as good food, greenery and cultural crop

By Heidi Bornhorst

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Aug 19, 2013

~~<p>For food security, health and beauty, ulu, or breadfruit, is a great tree to plant in your garden or on your farm. If we want to plan for a sustainable future, let's plant breadfruit trees for ourselves, our ohana and our communities. When planted correctly and nurtured with water, good drainage and leafy tree mulch, ulu is one of the easiest food crops to grow, harvest and cook.</p>
<p>Just think about it &mdash; an ono, nutritious, starchy vegetable that grows on a tree.</p>
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For food security, health and beauty, ulu, or breadfruit, is a great tree to plant in your garden or on your farm. If we want to plan for a sustainable future, let's plant breadfruit trees for ourselves, our ohana and our communities. When planted correctly and nurtured with water, good drainage and leafy tree mulch, ulu is one of the easiest food crops to grow, harvest and cook.

Just think about it — an ono, nutritious, starchy vegetable that grows on a tree. Login for more...



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